One of the biggest new food trends became a mass movement thanks to social media. Veganism. Now, there’s a trend that’s come right out of the blue. A year ago, being a vegan wouldn’t have had mainstream appeal. Today, it’s everywhere. Whether it’s for ethical reasons, to save money or simply to be healthier, swapping […]
It’s blood. December 2016 – a video is widely shared by Burundian social media accounts. It shows red liquid flowing from the gutter of a private property. Those who posted it speculated that the liquid might be blood. Some asked if the house was being used by Burundi’s feared intelligence services. The government immediately denied […]
[Scream] I know you are an extraordinary person. Exceptionally bright. Determined. I know something happened to you. I know you’re a psychopath. You should never tell a psychopath they are a psychopath. It upsets them. Are you upset?
Hi guys! Dan for BBC Learning English here. In this session, we’ll be taking a look at advanced learner mistakes. Are you ready? Here we go! So, sometimes in English, we use a WH word clause as the object of a verb. For example: ‘He realised what he was doing,’ – or – ‘I can’t […]
Keith Vaaz, chairman of the house affairs committee of the house of commons, the British member of parliament from the labour party, thank you for joining us at our London studio. Rahul easwar, Sabarimala spokesperson live from Thiruvananthapuram. Lord Meghnad Desai, you know.. I think the British are willing to take humour about everybody except […]
Taking us through to Breakfast now on BBC One, the BBC News Channel. Goodbye BBC One, see yer at 6am today! (AFTER BBC NEWS) Now on BBC News, Hard Talk.
Having established we do make quite a lot of stuff in Britain. We decided to find out just how much, so we hatched an ambitious plan. We called all the companies that make motorised vehicles and said to them ‘”could you bring whatever it is you make to a gathering in London?” Little bit of […]
(news themed music) – Hey! Take some of this news, that I have found, here. Here’s some news. Some American news. The news being that American news is bad and sucks. It’s a beacon of truth, now reduced to a dusty attic bulb. The glue that holds our democracy together is a sweltering garbage web […]
When you walk through the doors of R&D, the first thing you’ll notice is it’ll be welcoming, friendly. You feel like your voice is valued your ideas are valued, people listen to you. You’re solving problems that haven’t been solved before. Exploring new technologies to keep BBC relevant. You really do feel drawn into that […]
My name is Anas Aremeyaw Anas. I am a Ghanaian undercover reporter. I never show my face. I’ve come to northern Malawi to investigate killings linked to the supernatural which have terrified locals. We’ll meet people who say they are dead men walking… It’s a tale of immorality and human greed where murderous violence… has […]