Jonathan Jones in the Guardian

16th October 2014

Follow this link for Jonathan Jones’ brilliant Guardian ‘Long Read’ piece on Picasso’s legacy, and the troubles at the Picasso museum: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2014/oct/16/-sp-nightmare-picass…

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Gabriel Weston presents second series of BBC favorite

15th October 2014

The new series of ‘Trust Me I’m a Doctor’ starts on BBC Two tonight at 8 p.m.. Surgeon and writer Gabriel Weston is one of the presenters, talking this evening about new medical procedures that are helping those with spinal injuries regain movement.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04m0bt4

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Andrew Harding wins Emmy for his feature on Central African Republic

14th October 2014

BBC Africa Correspondent and author of the forthcoming Mayor of Mogadishu has won an Emmy for ‘outstanding feature story in a regular newscast’ for his coverage of the conflict in the Central African Republic, broadcast on 6 December 2013.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-29440572

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Alex Bellos’s latest maths blog celebrates sequences

14th October 2014

Alex Bellos writes a wonderful blog about maths for the Guardian. We particularly enjoyed his latest entry about Neil Sloane, the man who founded the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences.

http://www.theguardian.com/science/alexs-adventures-in-numberland/2014/o…

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Alec Ash writes about the Hong Kong protests

2nd October 2014

Alec Ash is a writer and journalist in Beijing currently writing a book about young Chinese society. Here he discusses young people’s historic role in Chinese protest movements.

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