Elementary Podcasts: Tess & Ravi
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Talking about birthdays, knitting, family quiz, favourite food, Carolina goes shoe shopping, pronouns, uses of 'poor' and 'old'.

Indigenous Peoples
21

There are perhaps 370 million indigenous peoples in 70 countries around the world. They live on 20% of the world’s land, and they contribute 80% of the world’s biological and cultural diversity.

A beach
117

Imagine a beach: a quiet place, with only the noise of the sea and the gulls in the background. It’s a hot day. There is just the sea, the sun, and the beach: a little paradise.

Charities
13

 A charity is a non-profit making organisation that raises money for people in need. 

Solar power
24

Which form of energy is free during the day, produces no dangerous waste products and will be available for the next 4 billion years? Solar power, of course. Read about some of the things you can do with it.

Viral marketing
6

When word of mouth turns to word of mouse… In December 1998, Iconocast gave the award for Internet marketing buzzword of the year to the term 'viral marketing', but what does it really mean?

An HIV/AIDS success story
30

The United Nations has named Senegal, the Philippines, Thailand, and Uganda, as countries which have done the most to fight HIV/AIDS. How has Senegal achieved this?

Saint Patrick's Day
11

St. Patrick is the patron saint and national apostle of Ireland. He was born in the fourth century and is famous for bringing Christianity into Ireland. St. Patrick’s Day falls on the 17th of March.

Extra sensory perception
13

ESP is a catch-all expression for the alleged ability of certain people to receive transmitted thoughts from others, to transmit their own thoughts, or to see what will happen in the future, or move things.

Girls' games
8

Computer games have been criticised for quite some time over a whole range of issues. Now, however, it seems that computer games have also become a feminist issue.

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