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Tiny galaxy born in stellar crash

Tiny galaxy born in stellar crash

A nearby dwarf galaxy was formed when two even smaller galaxies collided


Signs your job is a bad fit

Signs your job is a bad fit

Are you in the wrong job? Plus, the worst career mistake you can make


To honk or not to honk?

To honk or not to honk?

This and other cultural conundrums answered


Hollywood’s sinister side

Hollywood’s sinister side

A hidden world of power and decadence


Are ‘oceans’ hiding inside Earth?

Are ‘oceans’ hiding inside Earth?

Did the mantle give birth to seas?


Shawshank’s haunting hallways

Shawshank’s haunting hallways

Where ghosts of abused inmates roam the cells

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Wedding rings

A marriage-saving treasure hunt

How do you salvage an ugly argument that ends with a ring tossed into the river? Meet The Ring Finders: a group of metal detectorists who try to reunite people with lost jewellery.

world-changing ideas

Colonising Mars

What it takes to be a Martian

From producing oxygen to forming an extraterrestrial government, the BBC's Richard Hollingham goes on a journey to discover the necessary steps towards life on the red planet.

unexpected Asia


Meet the world's oldest primate

The adorable-looking tarsier is the oldest surviving primate on Earth - but it isn’t easy to find. The BBC travels to the Philippine island that the animal calls home.




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