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Wikipedia at 10
On the eve of its 10th birthday, the BBC goes inside Wikipedia to find out what makes it one of the world’s most popular websites.
23 mins
How 'medical clowns' can improve your health
Israeli researchers have found the pregnancy rate for women undergoing IVF treatment improved dramatically with the help of a clown.
3 mins
The Climate Connection: What's stopping us?
BBC World Service explores a key question in the story of action on climate change: what's stopping us?
Marathon swimmer Martin Strel to take on the Grand Canyon
Martin Strel has already smashed four Guinness World Records after swimming the entire length of the Amazon, Yangtze, Mississippi and Danube rivers. Now the 56-year-old is setting his sights on conquering the Grand Canyon's Colorado River.
Wire-free power
Could wireless electricity be a reality soon?
Computer curse
The man who wrote the first ever computer virus
Broadband in a backpack
Mobile internet connection from almost any location
Crowd control
New technology for predicting crowd behaviour launches
Beaver Receiver
Why New Yorkers are sending texts to river wildlife
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