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Lindz Amer from Queer Kid Stuff and Daddy & Dad’s Jamie Beaglehole on how you could explore the varied subject of modern identity with your children.
Watch royals, presidents, prime ministers and princesses wish Ireland a happy St. Patrick's Day. Celebrations are due to be dulled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, although dozens of landmarks around the world will still light up green to mark the occasion.
This university in Thailand claims to have trained dogs to sniff out coronavirus, hoping to effectively detect those that are asymptomatic. The labradors takes only 1-2 seconds to detect the virus.
Climate activists Pattie Gonia, Aneesa Khan, Anita Okunde and Isaias Hernandez debunk some of the common climate myths currently in debate. The campaigners set the record straight If you’ve ever heard: ‘plastic use is harmless’, ‘the environment can't be racist’, ‘carbon offsetting will save us’ or ‘it’s your fault’.
Throughout the coronavirus press briefings, ministers and scientists have used a range of metaphors to try to explain the pandemic response. Here are the more memorable ones.
For the 394th Judicial District Court in Texas, attorney Rod Ponton showed up to a Zoom court hearing, unable to change his cute kitten filter. He was willing to proceed, as the judge tried to help and his assistant helplessly clicked around trying to remove it.
In scenes that can only be described as unmitigated chaos, the titans of the Cheshire parish’s political scene came face to face – and proceedings soon turned ugly. `The video has since gone viral making the name of the clerk, Jackie Weaver, trend on Twitter.
Russell Crowe made one fan’s birthday a day she’ll never forget after he surprised her with a video message. Pip Hare is currently competing in a gruelling round-the-world yacht race and mentioned in a radio interview that she was a huge fan, prompting the presenter to tweet the Hollywood star.
TV show ‘It’s A Sin’, written by Russell T Davies, is proving incredibly successful with audiences, so much so it's already one of Channel 4’s most popular youth dramas. But whilst it’s a joyful romp through the music and the fashions of the Eighties, it’s also a retelling of LGBTQ history and an incredibly moving ode to the people lost in the early days of the AIDS pandemic.
Khing Hnin Wai, a teacher living in Myanmar, accidentally filmed her exercise routine in front of the country’s parliament whilst coup d'état was taking place behind her. The three-minute video posted by Ms Hnin Wai on Facebook took social media by storm. She also posted a series of other videos to show she’s often in the same spot going through her workout routine, with little going on behind her most days. But that all changed on Monday as the country found itself once again in political turmoil. Civilian leaders including Aung San Suu Kyi were taken into custody as the military seized power using claims of election fraud.