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Back in the Day


Back in the Day is an expression that has recently gained massive popularity, yet a little research reveals that it has been around since at least the 1940s.  Why its popularity has been so rekindled is anyone’s guess but animator Rok Predin has used it as the title for this joyous piece of animation, a nostalgic look back to a single wonderful day in childhood.

Please Help Keep Kurositas Online


You may or may not know this but Kuriositas is curated by just one person – and that person would be me!

If You Have Never Wanted to Visit North Wales, You Will After You Watch This


North Wales (or Gogledd Cymru as it is locally known) is well known in the UK as a place of outstanding natural beauty but the rest of the world seems to only be half aware that this little piece of very wet paradise exists.

Plaster


A Dutch family are just about to go on their annual camping holiday when Pelle, their twelve year old son, breaks his arm.

Hacking Disney


It is sometimes the simple ideas that are the most effective.  Here, Studio Smack has created something quite extraordinary for Greenpeace’s online magazine.  It involves hacking a treasured Disney favorite of mine.  The title sequence is as it always was but for one major differences.

Doctor Who Filming in Valencia in Pictures


Here are a few photos taken by photographer Sergi Albir in Valencia.  The Doctor Who crew arrived in Spain’s third largest city on 26th July to film scenes of the second episode of the forthcoming Series 10.

Doctor Who Filming in Valencia in Pictures


Here are a few photos taken by photographer Sergi Albir in Valencia.  The Doctor Who crew arrived in Spain’s third largest city on 26th July to film scenes of the second episode of the forthcoming Series 10.

Cycle


Life is a cycle, one of birth, struggle, reproduction (possibly.. hopefully?) and then, inevitably, death.

Cycle


Life is a cycle, one of birth, struggle, reproduction (possibly.. hopefully?) and then, inevitably, death.

I Dream of Zombies


A young man believes that the zombie apocalypse is inevitable and spends his time training in anticipation of the day.

Daisy Chain, Narrated by Kate Winslet


A little girl named Buttercup Bree falls victim to a gang of shadowy bullies... until she discovers that her love of daisy chains unlocks a power that will bring life to the darkness of the playground.

The Incredible Dinosaur Wall of Bolivia


Some things appear where you least expect them.  Although dinosaur tracks have been discovered the world over, climbing up a near vertical wall in a Bolivian quarry?

Pioneer: A Love Letter to Those who Follow their Dreams


Often the first step is the hardest.  Yet those who choose to follow their dreams discover that this can liberate the same urge in others.

Our Wonderful Nature: Double Bill


I had to debate for a second or two where to place these – on Kuriositas or our natural world sibling site the Ark in Space.

Avalanche Fences Exposed!


For months of the year they lie beneath deep snow, trapping it so that avalanches can be circumvented.

The Roof of Africa: The Spectacular Beauty of the Ethiopian Highlands


Do not be uncomfortable if the first words that come to mind when Ethiopia is mentioned have negative connotations.

The Magic of Mount Seymour


The day Nathan Starzynski first set foot on Mount Seymour, he knew it would have a lasting profound impact on him.

The Search for Earth Proxima


The Holy Grail that astronomers are looking for is an earth-like planet.  Our nearest neighbour is Alpha Centauri and this documentary focuses on a group of scientists whose ambition it is to build a telescope which could detect a planet within the habitable zone of this star system.

Dust Buddies


You want cute? You got cute. Fuzz and Lint live under the couch but they can’t resist the odd crumb that the messy humans leave behind.

Features that Help to Present Information: Functional Skills English Reading Level 1


For the Edexcel Functional Skills Level 1 Reading exam you have to show that you can recognise ways that information is presented in a text.


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