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1 September 2010
2 September 2010
6 September 2010The Isle of Wight's Floating Bridge - Hop on the Cowes ferry that has been carrying passengers safely across the River Medina for 150 years
Deep Purple's Live Albums: A Guide for the Purplexed - A fan's guide to the rock band's live output, spanning eight line-ups and five decades
The UK Clinical Aptitude Test - A fiendishly difficult intelligence test that helps medical and dental schools sort out the best of the best
QOTW: "Have you had breakfast yet?" is often phrased as "Have you broken your farts yet?"
13 September 2010Doctor Who Episode Guide: 2010 - A rundown of the series that gave us a new Doctor for a new decade, plus new danger and some old foes
The Harmonic Institution - A band of musicians who dedicated themselves to publishing musical works at the start of the 19th Century
'Smash': Instant Mashed Potato - The dried potato product that was loved by Martians and found a place in millions of 1970s larders
QOTW: What ice cream van chimes have you heard?
20 September 2010The Slow Movement - Take a moment to learn more about the body that's been campaigning since the 1980s for people to take things easier
William 'Billy' Speck: Horse Racing Hero - A little remembered but much loved National Hunt jockey who paid a terrible price for a selfless act
The Trouble With Ciphers - Why those who seek to unearth the meanings hidden in secret messages will always win out in the end
QOTW: I know my onions, but who knows their eggs?
27 September 2010Dublin Statue Trail - Take a walking tour of the Irish capital's most famous bronze and stone likenesses, from Molly Malone to Oscar Wilde
The Unique Habits of the Giant Kuhli Loach Fish - An introduction to the unusual, eel-like tropical fish that can change colour at will
Nicolaus Copernicus: Pioneering Cosmologist - The Polish astronomer who altered the way we think about the make-up of our Solar System
QOTW: could rabbits suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder in the same way humans do?
30 September 2010