Scotland Yard's John Yates quits
July 18 - Scotland Yard's counter-terrorism chief, John Yates, has resigned over the News Corp hacking scandal. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
The Insider: Lowell Bergman
July 15 - Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Lowell Bergman talks with Reuters.com's Jim Impoco about whether -- or how -- investigative journalism can survive in the iPad age, as well as what he thinks of Al Pacino's yelling.
Episode 8: Getting Public Transport Back on Track
Dr Paul Mees explores integrated public transport systems with Humanities host, Sian Prior
Guest: Dr Paul Mees from the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning.
Topic: Public transport systems for dispersed cities
Episode 13: Medical Tourism in Asia
Dr Andrea Whittaker explores the phenomenon of medical tourism in Asia with Sian Prior. Dr Whittaker also talks about her research in illegal abortions in Thailand.
Guest: Dr Andrea Whittaker from Asia Institute
Topic: Medical Tourism in Asia
Episode 17: Post-compulsory Education for a Knowledge Economy
Assoc Prof John Polesel discusses the changing job markets in Australia and overseas brought about by the so-called "knowledge economy", its effect on young people, and the need to change perceptions about Vocation Education and Training.
Guest: Assoc Prof John Polesel the Centre for Post-Compulsory Education and
Episode 32: Birds, Nations and Empires
Dr Lewis Mayo gives a historical perspective of how birds have symbolised nations' political struggles and aspirations. With host Sian Prior.
SFAP 2011 – Organisation de l’offre de soins en soins palliatifs
Titre : SFAP 2011 – Grands principes et valeurs qui ont sous tendus l’organisation de l’offre de soins en soins palliatifs
Auteur(s) : David OLIVIERE (Directeur d’enseignement et de formation, Londres – Grande-Bretagne).
Résumé : Grands principes et valeurs qui ont sous tendus l’organisation de l’offre de soins en soins palliatifs. A la rencontre de nos diversités
L’auteur n’a pas transmis de conflit d’intérêt concernant les données diffusées da
Episode 73: Al Jazeera statecraft: New media as public diplomacy tools
Journalism professor Phillip Seib of the University of Southern California discusses public diplomacy via broadcast and digital media, and its success -- or otherwise -- in the Middle East and elsewhere. Prof Seib delivered the keynote speech at the Journalism in the 21st Century Conference on July 16, 2009. The conference was organized by the
Space shuttle Atlantis undocks from the International Space Station during STS-135, the final shuttle mission.
Five Little Pumpkins
A story presented, created by a KDP member, focused on a Halloween theme! TEK Standards listed. (02:11)
Episode 147: Out on the cutting edge: Innovation as a driver of corporate success
Professor of Management Danny Samson explains the importance of innovation for business firms, and how to build a corporate culture that encourages it.
Episode 149: Out of Africa: What human genomics is revealing about us
Professor of genomic medicine Vanessa M. Hayes discusses our African genomic origins and how exploring global genetic diversity can help us understand and address human disease. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.
4.5 Was the telephone invented in response to a need or because of developments in technology?
As with many truly innovative technologies it's difficult to claim that people were demanding its invention. Most people were satisfied with the existing means of communicating across distances. It took a great deal of imagination to foresee that the ability to speak to others at a distance would eventually replace the telegraph in business and the letter in personal communications. People weren't expressing a need to be able to communicate more rapidly but once the means became available to
Don't get sucked in by the Rip (French Version)
Rip currents are the greatest hazards on our beaches. This national award-winning video shows what they are, how to spot them, what to do if you get stuck in one, and the different types of rips.
England’s Levellers: The World’s First Libertarian Movement
The first-ever libertarians were the Levellers, an English political movement active in the seventeenth century. The Levellers contributed to the
elaboration of the methodological and political paradigm of individualism, and they are at the origin of the radical strand of classical liberalism. While
the Levellers are often characterized as a quasi-socialist movement, closer examin
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