The Guide to Queuing

Cue: The British are well known for queuing and on many nights out in the capital I have found myself queuing for longer to get into the club then I have actually stayed. With 337 night clubs and over 2000 bars…

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The Teenage Of Vanity?

Cue: You hear it all the time. Claims that young people are self obsessed, vain and narcissistic with social media being pointed at as the culprit; but surely its not a new thing to be vain. Joe Pilbrow investigates vanity…

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Living with Dystonia

Cue: Vocal Dystonia is a neurological disorder where the brain and nervous system are somewhat disconnected with the signal path to muscle memory, it can be a draining and frustrating condition and not a lot of people know about it. Listen…

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Living with Haemophilia

Haemophilia, the royal disease. But what is it actually like to live with Haemophilia? Meet Taylor, a 11 year old boy born with the severe blood disorder. From home treatment, to missing school, Taylor gives us a real insight to…

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The Book Fairies

CUE: Are you ready to believe in the Book Fairies? Bethany Glover is on a mission to find one of these mysterious fairies around her hometown, Burnham. On her journey, she bumps into the Book Fairy in Chief to find…

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