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We asked Maung Day, Burmese poet and writer in residence at Edge Hill University in the UK, about poetry in Burma today, and the influences on his own writing.
Can a smartphone app really diagnose your symptoms? We asked Dr Patricia Mechael, a 2016 Education UK Alumni Award winner, to explain the latest innovations in mobile health.
Dr Turi King combined archaeology, history, and genetics to find the remains of Richard III, who died 500 years ago. In this interview, she compares the literary figure with the real man.
Are you daunted by the prospect of teaching English to very young children? Sheona Gilmour, lead educator on our new online course for teachers and parents, offers a few tips.
Why do audiences adore Shakespeare's 'baddies', despite their dastardly deeds? We asked Shakespeare expert Alexey Bartoshevich.
How can you help girls become more confident? We asked April Negrette, a member of the British Council's Active Citizens programme.
Have you ever dreamed of writing stories for children? New Zealand children’s author and editor Don Long offers a few tips to lift your writing to the next level.
Why are many people afraid of public speaking, and what can be done about it? Ros and Neil Johnson, speech and drama specialists at Theatresaurus, explain.
Marieme Mbaye, co-founder of Greenwash Africa, an eco-friendly car wash in Senegal, lists the factors that went into setting up an ecologically sustainable business.