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PHIL NEVILLE MIC'D UP | Coaching Small-Sided Games at Lionesses Training | Inside Access Go inside training with the Lionesses and Phil Neville, and hear how he coaches his team on attacking wing play and applying it in a small-sided game.
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Can We Trust Maths? - with Kit Yates Mathematics is everywhere, in all of our lives. Whether it’s used for medicine, in the media or in the world of politics, we can’t escape it - but can we always trust how it's used?
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Meet Tekkz and Tom 🎮Inside the Mind of England's Best FIFA Pros | eLions Brandon Smith and Richard Buckley get inside the minds of England eLions; competitive FIFA stalwart Tekkz and last years' eLions winner Futwiz Tom. They give their best tips and tricks on what makes them the best at FIFA.
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CheekySport Joel vs Fu Izzy | Full-Back Training with Danny Rose | England Elite Sessions In the latest episode of England Elite Sessions, full-back Danny Rose trains CheekySport Joel and Fu Izzy on their attacking wing play. Who wins in a test of their crossing skills? 👇
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Martyn Poliakoff: The elements of chemistry Michael Faraday Prize and lecture 2019.
Join Professor Sir Martyn Poliakoff for a whirlwind tour among the chemical elements that have played an important role in his scientific career and have led him to champion greener more sustainable ways of ...
Christmas Lectures 2019: How Can We All Win? - Hannah Fry In the third and final lecture of the 2019 Christmas Lectures, Hannah Fry looks at why maths can fail and asks what the limits of maths are.
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Truth and lies: Heinrich Schliemann's excavations at Troy | Curator's Corner Heinrich Schliemann has been both praised and condemned for his work at Hissarlik – the archaeological site that (most) archaeologists agree is Troy.
Curator Lesley Fitton shares some unique insights into the work and mind of Schliemann, thanks to a ...
Birdwatching with FARC | National Geographic Diego Calderón was researching birds in a remote area of Colombia when he was kidnapped by FARC. Now, years later, he’s decided to return to meet former FARC members and hopefully find some meaning in what happened.
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Tricks of Perspective - Christmas Lectures with Eric M Rogers Eric M Rogers gives us a warning about the way we attach new unfamiliar knowledge to old familiar things that we already know.
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What is a Japanese Living National Treasure? The British Museum has been collecting artworks made by Japanese Living National Treasures since 2007, but what is a Living National treasure and why are they so important to Japanese Cultural Heritage? In this film Nicole Rousmaniere, research director of ...
Are We Running Out of Precious Elements? Chemical elements are integral to our modern technology and even to the origins of life itself - but what would happen if we were to run out of them?
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Christmas Lectures 2019: How to Bend the Rules - Hannah Fry In the second lecture of the 2019 Christmas Lectures, Hannah Fry shows how data-gobbling algorithms have taken over our lives and now control almost everything we do without us even realising.
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How We Harness the Energy of a Chain Reaction - Christmas Lectures with Eric M Rogers Eric M Rogers demonstrates how we can harness the power of uranium-235 atoms, with help from a giant mousetrap.
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Rethinking Joseph Banks Joseph Banks is known for his travels with Captain James Cook and as an elder statesman of science in the late 18th century, but historians of science have uncovered new detail about the people who helped shape Banks's legacy.
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England Futsal 1-1 Israel Futsal | Highlights | Euro 2022 Preliminary Qualifiers | Futsal Lions England opened their Euro 2022 preliminary qualifying with a draw against Israel, as Richard Ward's equaliser salvaged a point for Mike Skubala's side.
England face Moldova today, with a win allowing them to top the group.
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Jay-Z or Ed Sheeran? Who's Maddison Got In His Contacts? | Maddison & Maguire | Roommates | England James Maddison reveals his initiation song, whilst we find out Harry Maguire's worst habit. It's the latest episode of Roommates, and we find out how well these two know each other.
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Close-Range Shot-Stopping & Reflex Drills | England Futsal Goalkeeper Training | Futsal Lions Futsal Lions goalkeepers Joe Payne and Myles Chadwick give a POV insight into how they train as futsal goalkeepers ahead of their EURO Qualifiers.
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You and the Planet: Food Join our panel in Gateshead to discover how the food we eat affects the natural world.
Chef and broadcaster Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall hosts a discussion to get to the bottom of your questions about the relationship between our food and our ...
People of Science with Brian Cox Join Professor Brian Cox as he speaks to Fellows of the Royal Society about the scientists who have inspired them.
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How and why the Trojan war started You've probably heard of the Trojan war. Of the epic battle between the Trojans and the Greeks, the latter of whom ultimately win the 10-year-war thanks to the cunning use of a massive wooden horse. But why did this war ...

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