Learn more about food waste. How much food do you waste? Pedestrianisation - is it good for cities and towns? Many have found themselves empowered but others tell of despair and, in extreme cases, threats of blackmail. What an awful sound - cracking your knuckles!
Sophie and Neil discuss how feeling lonely can help us to survive. Is knuckle cracking good for you? Is retirement the end of everything or just a door for new opportunities?
- Sophie and Neil discuss the reason why fear of spiders is so common.
- But they know me very well and they know that I will not do something bad.
- Are your pictures, documents and videos safe online?
Then after five minutes, two men came into the house. Are you trying to give up drinking this month? Can you trust your own eyes?
Rob So, she says that our brain's response to real life and online rejection is quite similar, but in the digital world you can be rejected many more times. Hi, meet my online persona! Is the way we see famous people a new thing? Rob and Finn discuss this how they work and how they help many of the country's poorest. Alice and Neil talk about the role that diet has to play in this global health problem.
How does music make you feel? Listen to Rob and Finn discussing the history and chemical properties of gum and why it's messing up our streets whilst explaining some related vocabulary. Is talking on the phone embarrassing? Is modern life making us tired? Swipe right for like, swipe left if you don't like.
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How the hell are you supposed to find someone? Big bushy beards have become so fashionable that there's now an art exhibition dedicated to them. Tim and Neil talk about interactions that can be misunderstood by people of different backgrounds. Today is my last day in the world. Dan In today's programme we're going to be looking at what our brains are doing when we are using dating apps.
- Why are so many people obsessed with learning about their family history?
- So we make these instantaneous decisions then choose to swipe left or swipe right.
- But what about the economics and politics of coffee production?
Why do gibbons sing duets and what has this got to do with the evolution of the human language? It can take some time to get over a rejection. To swipe is the movement of your finger on a smartphone to change the screen you're looking at. Free, digital news is threatening traditional newspapers. But should they be going to a region with such a sensitive environment?
Sophie and Neil discuss social networks and why we often use different identities for different social media. The bicycle is the most popular form of two-wheeled transport in the world, but could we all soon be using hoverboards? Alice and Finn talk about the passion some people have for danger and the unseen threats we face every day.
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Neil and Catherine talk about genealogy. Listen to Neil and Finn's conversation and learn some new words. Rob and Dan discuss how our brain reacts when we're looking for love. Dan So what's the difference in our brains between online rejection and real life rejection?
Dan Although of course in digital dating, one you've swiped left you will never see that person again and you won't have the chance to meet. Now, Rob, have you ever used a dating app? She does not want to reveal her identity because dating is not accepted in her culture. Alice and Neil discuss the psychological pressures of going to university. Listen to Neil and Rob's chat and learn some related vocabulary.
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Neil and Alice discuss how some charities are helping those in need. Dan Well, we don't want you to reject us, so time now to give you the answer to that quiz question before a recap of today's vocabulary. So we use tools for everything. Listen to Rob and Neil and learn new vocabulary. Why are we attracted to some people and not to others?
Alice and Neil discuss Neil's attempt at town planning. Dan Well, we'll find out if you're right later in the programme. Neil and Catherine explore mindfulness - what it is and what benefits it offers. What does it take to be a good interviewer? Why is punctuation important?
Dan Our decisions on whether we find someone attractive or not are often instantaneous. Is that a good or bad thing? Alice and Rob discuss the challenges of a job thousands of people are keen on. Rob and Finn discuss how to deal with boredom and teach some related vocabulary.
We know almost immediately when we see someone if we find them attractive or not. These are not new words but technology has given them new meaning. Just be in the app for a few minutes and you can find someone to talk to at least. How good are they for our health? Dan We will dig deeper into this topic shortly, but first, asian a question.
Alice and Rob discuss whether grey hair is best. The movement of our finger on smartphone or tablet screen to indicate whether we like someone or not. Apart from Egypt, the only other country where Frim has a foothold is Russia.
Listen to Rob and Neil's conversation and learn some related vocabulary. The increased study of extremophile microbes has revealed a lot about what is and is not needed to sustain life on Earth. Are computers making us dumb?
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You've decluttered and tidied but could you live life free of stuff? Neil and Alice take a look at the environmental impact of plastic and teach you some related words. Dan and Neil discuss all this and give you six useful items of vocabulary. Let's have a look at that vocabulary. He uses PlanetRomeo and Facebook to meet men, despite a bad experience on one meeting.
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Do you like to impress people with a classic book in your hands? Will thinking computers be the end of humans? How often do you check your phone? Why do we like to impersonate people? So you just pop your phone on the table, and technology does the rest!