from: BBC News Matt Moulding floated THG in a blaze of glory, but a year later the shine has dimmed for the entrepreneur.
Jeffrey Anderson’s claim that he had been strumming a miniature guitar was rejected by a jury.
Before his side’s FA Cup tie at Stockport, Stamford defender and former reality TV contestant Stacey Freeman explains why he says a prayer before each game. from: BBC News
Afghanistan’s new government is likely to severely restrict education for girls and women despite the Taliban’s claims that schooling will eventually resume. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Mistrusted by some in the arts, the new culture secretary is said by a colleague to be “up for the fight”.
The show was originally pitched as a competition series but will now become a documentary. from: BBC News
What Taliban spokespeople say and what is happening is very different, says Amnesty International. from: BBC News
Australia’s experience with the pandemic has been vastly different from the rest of the world. From: New York Times
VR headsets are making a leap from fun gimmick to serious tool for firms’ workforce management.
“There’s no max, there’s no limit” to virtual reality, so is it the future of live music?
The IPCC’s short scientific summary due out on Monday will be strongest statement yet on climate change. from: BBC News
Swindon car plant prepares to stop production on July 30 after 35 years of production.
Quello che propongono i media a mo’ di gioco, nella realtà è molto, molto più triste. Cosa vogliamo raccontare ai nostri ragazzi, la finzione o la realtà?