Why should you read "A Midsummer Night's Dream"? - Iseult GillespieCulture
By the light of the moon, a group sneaks into the woods, where they take mind-altering substances, switch it up romantically and brush up against creatures from another dimension.
Dumbo Official TrailerCulture
Watch the new trailer for Dumbo, and see the film when it soars to theatres March 29, 2019!
What is 1 Kilogram Now? | Because Science LiveCulture
How much is 1 Kilogram?
Anthony Bourdain and "the Sweet Spot" | StarTalkCulture
Neil deGrasse Tyson asks chef, writer, and TV host Anthony Bourdain about science as applied to the kitchen and different processes used in cooking around the world to achieve the most desirable flavors.
CHRISTMAS MEGA MIX | A Jamie Xmas/Thanksgiving compilationCulture
We've gone back to the archives to give you all you will need to make your Christmas go with a bang. Sit back and enjoy nearly half an hours worth of Christmas crackers.
Jamie Cooks Italy | Sausage RisottoCulture
Three more of Jamie’s fantastic recipes from Jamie Cooks Italy are here for you to enjoy! We’ve got some really comforting dishes including the most delicious Sausage Risotto cooked on the roof of the iconic Fiat building in Turin! Make sure you watch these and try them yourself. Bellissimo!
Award-Winning Cuban Sandwich by El CochinitoCulture
Best cuban sandwich recipe.
Easy Chicken Curry with Kanchan KoyaCulture
Easy recipes, brought from our kitchen to yours.
Are Rich People Worse Humans?Culture
Is money the reason Kanye West and Jake Paul are jerks?
Pink Shirt Day takes a stand against bullyingCulture
Today thousands of people across Canada will be wearing bright pink shirts. Pink Shirt Day, initiated by Vancouver-based radio station CKNW, is a day where participants across the country wear pink to raise awareness about bullying.
The complicated history of surfing - Scott LadermanCulture
Today, surfing is a multi-billion-dollar global industry, with tens of millions of enthusiasts worldwide. For some it's a serious sport; for others, just a way to let loose. But despite its casual association with fun and sun, surfing has a richer and deeper history than many realize. Scott Laderman shares the hidden history of surfing.
How many verb tenses are there in English?Culture
How many different verb tenses are there in a language like English? At first, the answer seems obvious - there's past, present, and future.
Kids Decorate PumpkinsCulture
Happy October! Kids decorate and (sort of) carve pumpkins!
Why We Don't Really Want to be NiceCulture
Being 'nice' sounds a bit eerie and strange. It shouldn't really.
Is It Better to Be Polite or Frank?Culture
We live in an age that thinks highly of frankness and directness. But there are - nevertheless - a few reasons why politeness remains a hugely important quality.
Kids' assumptions toward gender roles are turned around at career day in school.Culture
When a real-life firefighter, surgeon, and fighter pilot drop in on a classroom, these kids have their assumptions about gender roles turned around.
Why these all-white paintings are in museums and mine aren'tCulture
Why do all-white paintings sell for millions of dollars and end up in museums?
Kids Try 100 Years of Sandwiches from 1900 to 2000 | Bon AppetitCulture
We had a panel of kids prepare and taste test 100 years of sandwiches from 1900 to today. Here's what they thought about PBJs, po' boys, paninis, and everything in between.
How To Be A GeniusCulture
"We hear a lot about genius. We are taught to admire the minds of those infinite, baffling but astonishing geniuses like Einstein, Tolstoy or Picasso. Quite what genius might actually be is left a little vague. It's a codeword for 'brilliant but perhaps too other-worldly ever really to fathom.' We are invited to stand in awe at the achievements of geniuses but also to feel that their thought processes might be quasi-magical and that it is ultimately simply mysterious how they were ever able to come up with the ideas they have had..."
LITERATURE - GoetheCulture
Goethe is one of the great minds of European civilisation, though his work is largely unknown outside of the German speaking countries. He deserves our renewed attention.
Bug Chef | David George Gordon // 60 Second DocsCulture
The Bug Chef, aka David George Gordon, released an insect-based cookbook in 1998 and has been cooking with bugs ever since, a traveling chef sauteing scorpions for cheering crowds. Rich in protein, vitamins and minerals, two billion people are already eating bugs; Gordon's just bringing gourmets up to speed. As our population grows another billion in the next 40 years, Gordon warns that humans will have to find alternate protein sources to spare the environment -- and he thinks bugs are just the superfood we need.