Stephen decides he’s going to fix up an old banger and gets Ashlie to help him. There’s just one small problem ...
Richard meets Richard - Branson, that is! - and gets business advice from one of Britain's greatest entrepreneurs.
Richard carries on searching for the secret of entrepreneurial success, visiting two of Britain's youngest - and most fashionable - entrepreneurs, before meeting one of the judges of Britain's very own entrepreneurial reality TV show, Dragons' Den.
Tess and Ravi talk about one of the most emblematic forms of transport in London. You guessed it! The big, red double-decker buses! Jo and Adam join them in speaking about transport.
How would you describe the British character? Tess and Ravi consider whether the British are reserved, while Jo and Adam look at negative prefixes.
Tess and Ravi are back to talk about shopping in London, and Jo and Adam look at how to use the word 'too' in different ways.
How does Lady Macbeth get exactly what she wants from her husband? British actress Shaheen Khan shows how Macbeth's wife gets him right where she wants him.
Why is Much Ado About Nothing one of Shakespeare's most popular plays? British-Japanese actress Susan Hingley talks about the brilliant trick her character Hero plays on Beatrice.
Why is Much Ado About Nothing so popular around the world? Susan Hingley explains why a play set in Italy is loved by Japanese audiences.
First, Rob talks about ordering instructions in English, and then he talks about keen on.
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