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Amandeep's at BBC Broadcasting House to meet the team who make the weather forecasts - and have a go at making her own weather bulletin!

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You might not think of Britain as a tropical country, but at the Eden Project they have their very own rainforest! Richard learns about the centre's cutting-edge work in research and education, and pretends to be a bat for one of the world's rarest plants.

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Richard is blown away by the cutting edge of green technology, and sees how London's Olympic Stadium wins gold in the green Games.

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Stephen and Ashlie drive north to York. Stephen surprises Ashlie with a Roman ring - and a museum she actually likes!

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Whatever you do, you should watch Rob and Ashlie talk about this and that - it's all pretty interesting!

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Stephen and Ashlie get their hands dirty at an archaeological dig.

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Rob and Stephen enjoy talking about grammar, so stop to watch them discuss verbs followed by gerunds, v-ing, and infinitives, to + verb, as well as chat about too and very.

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Amandeep takes a step back into the past to find out how Britain's history and industrial past still draw crowds of tourists.

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Richard goes to one of the world's greatest universities: Oxford. He discovers some of its history and hears about its famous students.

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Richard visits one of the world's largest science museums and the Wellcome Medical Museum, and finds out how British scientists, engineers and doctors have shaped our understanding of the world.

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