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World Oceans Day is a day to think about the extremely important role that the oceans play in all our lives, the dangers that are facing our oceans and the actions we can take to protect them.
Yes, that's right – wolves can change rivers! Watch this video and find out how.
Learn how to make a lemon pavlova – a dessert made of meringue with cream and almonds on top – and amaze your friends and family. Delicious!
In this video, Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti tells us about the healthy snacks that she eats in the spaceship.
Would you like to stay in a hotel made out of salt? Watch this video to find out more about this unusual hotel in Bolivia.
The story of English starts more than a thousand years ago. Richard goes to the British Library to hear – and see – how the language has changed over the years.
Richard finds out about all the different kinds of English and talks to some of the hundreds of thousands of students who come to Great Britain to learn English every year.
Shakespeare, Dickens and more... Britain's literary history is world class, and Richard speaks to experts about some of the country's greatest writers.
Modern-day authors cast their own spells, too, and Richard visits a very magical place to find out about contemporary English writers.
Whatever your taste, Britain is home to some of the greatest sports – and sporting venues – in the world. Watch the video and go behind the scenes at Silverstone Circuit, home of F1, and Wembley Stadium, temple of football!
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