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eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2015
A four part series. Jim Al-Khalili explores how science can best be put to work to solve a pressing problem facing society. 1) Air population: Jim and...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2010
Carolyn Quinn finds out how the concilation service ACAS goes about the delicate art of persuading bitterly opposed sides in industrial disputes to reach...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2017
A two part series. Val McDermid presents a two-part series charting the history of same-sex relationships in Britain. 1) In the first programme, historians...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2013
A three part series. Giles Fraser explores the importance of community in our lives. 1)Through thick and thin. 2)Nostalgia: Giles Fraser asks if we have...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2017
A two part series. Irene Tracey, professor of neuroimaging at Oxford University, explores pain. 1) Seeing pain: can we ever know someone else's pain?...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2017
Miles Jupp uses Bram Stoker's novel as a train timetable, following its references to plot a route across Europe by rail to Dracula's castle in Transylvania...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2015
A three part series. 1) In the first of three programmes exploring the topic of mixed marriage, Adrian Goldberg, who is married to a British Asian woman...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2014
A four part series. Comedy show. Simon Evans explores four commodities that are intrinsic to our lives. 1) Land: Simon and guests ask how land came to...

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2014
A twenty-four part series (episode 8 is missing). Kathy Willis explores out changing relationship with plants

eAudiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2014
Professor Ngaire Woods examines how the way that countries cooperate with each other is evolving in surprising ways
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