Song of the Thames

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“Singer and song collector Sam Lee traces a map in stories, folklore and song along England’s longest and most famous river, the Thames. Beginning at its underground source in the idyllic Gloucestershire countryside, Sam follows the Thames from a trickling … Continued

The Return

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As billions of people isolated around the world in 2020, villagers from Sarayaku, a Kichwa community in the Ecuadorian Amazon, headed deeper into the forest to escape the coronavirus pandemic, after floods due to deforestation destroyed their houses. The journey, … Continued

Eclipses

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How and why do eclipses occur, and how come we can observe them from Earth? According to Sun, Moon, & Earth, “The Sun is four hundred times larger than the Moon, yet four hundred times farther away…” Thus when we … Continued

Bee friendly

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The Welsh Government has published the Bee Friendly Action Guide aimed at communities and community organizations. The aim is to promote and protect all kinds of pollinators, using four main themes:- Food Five Star accommodation (i.e. habitat) Freedom from pesticides … Continued