Professor Dumbledore has been voted the UK's favourite fictional teacher, in a British Council poll. The British Council's Kristen McNicoll explains why.
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We asked Dan Tsu, who organises performances and teaches workshops for artists and young people.
How did Jack Ma overcome his humble origins to establish Alibaba? We interviewed Duncan Clark, entrepreneur, tech investor and author of a recent book on Jack Ma, to find out.
The British Council's Dr Jo Beall explains the relationship between cities and universities, why it is important, and how it is changing.
Roald Dahl is famous for his exuberantly inventive use of language. Susan Rennie, chief editor of the Oxford Roald Dahl Dictionary, describes his techniques.
Steve Gardam, director of the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, explains the great writer's working habits and what they teach us about how to be creative and productive.
Why are so many women in India victims of acid attacks, and what's being done about it? Ria Sharma, winner of the Social Impact category in the Alumni Awards India 2016, explains.
Why should young people in the UK bother with languages? Secondary-school student Ariella Holdcroft interviewed a diplomat, a journalist, an entrepreneur and others to find out.
We interviewed Dr Asma Ibrahim, director of the Museum and Art Gallery Department at the State Bank of Pakistan, about some of the greatest risks to heritage, among other things.
Michael Peak explains how UK universities can protect themselves against uncertainty following the EU referendum by offering transnational education.