Throughout history, people have expressed their passions and their personalities through their collections. But some collectors' passions cross the line into obsession. In London, Viktor Wynd fills his home with eccentric arrays of objects, ranging from tiny human baby skeletons to shrunken heads. Calling them his children, Viktor is known to kiss them affectionately and converse with them. In the Philippines, Herbert Chavez is the self-proclaimed Filipino Superman, a long-time collector of Superman paraphernalia who, in the last 15 years, has undergone a series of cosmetic surgeries to resemble his superhero.
The revolutionaries fight on. Jean Valjean is conflicted over Marius and Cosette's love and seeks Marius at the barricade. Javert confronts Valjean. Based on the Victor Hugo novel.
Spotlight tells the gripping true story of a team of Boston Globe reporters who launch a fearless investigation into child abuse allegations against the Catholic Church. What they eventually uncover is a shocking citywide scandal; almost ninety priests guilty but never convicted, legal settlements done in private, and a systematic cover-up of the abuse by church leadership. Determined to leave no stone unturned in their hunt for the truth, their investigation soon threatens to bring down some of the city's most powerful figures. Capturing the high-pressure world of in-depth reportage, Spotlight is a smart, thrilling depiction of journalism at its best.
Pete Ceglinski reveals what inspired him to invent the Seabin, a 'vacuum cleaner' for the ocean that can collect plastics, microplastics and even oil. Activity: Collect a bag of rubbish and sort it into objects that float and objects that sink. Describe what makes something float or not. Can you draw a machine to collect the rubbish that sinks? How can we prevent rubbish getting into our oceans?
Place and liveability: The influence of environmental quality on the liveability of places Stage 4
BtN explains why many people are campaigning for the age that children can be put in youth detention to be raised from 10 to 14. Star of the documentary In My Blood it Runs, Dujuan, went all the way to Geneva to state his case. More than half of the young people in youth detention are indigenous and many believe this form of punishment creates more harm than good. The Government has stated they will not raise the age until an alternative system is in place for those young people who need it.
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