Bhutan prepares for royal wedding
Oct. 12 - Excitement in Bhutan as popular King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk is set to marry in a traditional ceremony. Simon Hanna reports.
RIM says working on BlackBerry fix
Oct 12 - Summary of business headlines: BlackBerry troubles spread to U.S.; Pepsi beats forecast, warns of price hike; Fed considered many economy-boosting options -Minutes; Stocks rally as Slovakia approves bigger euro bailout fund. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Boards to take closer look at sub-advised funds, says Lipper
Sept. 14 - Investor lawsuits are focusing a spotlight on sub-advisers, forcing boards to take a closer look at these relationships and the portions of fees retained by these advisers, says Lipper.
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Met behulp van een stappenplan komen leerlingen op een website terecht waarop ze een verhaaltje moeten lezen dat te maken heeft met surfen op het internet. Er zijn vier verschillende stappenplannen. Op die manier lezen niet alle leerlingen …
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Heartburn: Nothing About the Heart, Everything About the Burn
Richard Pierce, MD, PhD, from Duke's Department of Surgery, discusses the consequences and treatments of heartburn.
The Cognitive Revolution
Steven Pinker Johnstone Family Professor of Psychology Harvard College Professor
Inside the News: China trade data dampens risk appetite
Oct. 13 - Chinese trade data dampens risk appetite, reigniting fears of a slowdown in the world's second largest economy. European shares fall, as the ECB warns government bond writedowns may damage the euro.
Glencore near $900m loan deal: sources
Oct.13 - Glencore, the world's biggest commodities trader, is expected to sign a deal within days for a $800-$900 million loan to Indonesia's Bakrie Group, sources say. Sonia Legg reports
Another profit warning from Carrefour
Oct.13 - Europe's No. 1 retailer Carrefour expects its operating profit for 2011 to fall by as much as 20 per cent, amid tough retail conditions in western European markets. Kirsty Basset reports
Leading the world in prosthetic limbs
Oct.13 - The middle of Germany, miles from a motorway or airport is home to Otto Bock, world market leader in prosthetic limbs and it's preparing to bring two innovations, the Genium leg prosthesis and the Michelangelo hand on to the market. German paralympic athlete Heinrich Popow is an ambassador for Otto Bock and plans to go for gold at London 2012. Joanna Partridge reports
Thai floods swamp ancient temple and threaten Bangkok
Oct.13 - Buddhist monks scramble to save sacred texts from rising floodwaters as a temple near Bangkok is inundated. Nick Rowlands reports.
G7 growth outlook totters as euro zone teeters on brink
Oct. 13 - The latest Reuters poll gives the Q4 outlook for the world's biggest economies which are flirting with recession as the debt-ridden euro zone teeters on the brink of default.
New Russell small-cap ETFs increase investing precision
Oct. 13 - Russell Investments' head of global ETFs Jim Polisson discusses the company's four new small-cap ETFs that allow money managers and investors to invest in narrower slices of the Russell indexes.
Dozens killed in Nepal bus crash
Oct. 13 - More than 40 people are killed after a bus carrying about 60 people drove off a mountain road and fell down a steep hill in eastern Nepal. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Meek mouse yields in dominance duel
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/10/meek-mouse-yields-in-dominance-duel.html
Bat calls powered by superfast muscles
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn20981-terminal-buzz-gives-bats-their-hunting-edge.html
Search Your Film Archives: Dance
Search Your Film Archives is a *free* online resource that allows you to explore Britain's film heritage, and where available, watch videos online. Start exploring: http://www.bfi.org.uk/reelhistory Find out more about how the UK's film archives are working together to deliver digital innovation: http://beta.bfi.org.uk/4e5f54f77aa8f
Adam Goodheart: 2011 National Book Festival
Historian, journalist and critic Adam Goodheart Author appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Adam Goodheart is a historian, journalist and critic whose new book is the New York Times best-selling and critically praised "1861: The Civil War Awakening" (Knopf). He has contributed frequent essays and reviews to The New York Times (where he also served as deputy editor of the Op-Ed page), National Geographic, Smithsonian and The Atlantic, among many other publications. At W