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Helena K
The name that can be named is not the true name
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​A team of Canadian eccentrics have decided to take it upon themselves to help the citizens of Montreal, all the while donning the capes and cowls of superhero culture.


https://youtu.be/of1k5AwiNxI

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June 19 - 21, 2015.

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60 years ago, Albert Einstein died.  His brain was removed before cremation, ostensibly for study.  And then it disappeared.  Until I found it, over 20 years later.  Here is that story.


https://medium.com/backchannel/yes-i-found-einstein-s-brain-c3834429e4d5

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Terry Pratchett

If you are a fan of the late Terry Pratchett and his irreverent works then you should enjoy these well produced adaptations of his books from BBC Radio 4 as my family does. These will be online for about one month from the most recent date the episode was broadcast.  

The online version of these programmes should be available worldwide without restriction. They are easiest to stream on a computer (Flash) although they will work on iOS and if the BBC media player http://goo.gl/oHuhfM.info is installed they will play on Android.

Good Omens

At the moment the one he made with Neil Gaiman, Good Omens, is available in its entirety with five half-hour episodes and one of an hour.

Home page (Good Omens with extras): http://goo.gl/YR0LCQ

Listen here (Good Omens episodes): http://goo.gl/X6SRb7

Mort

The second one, Mort is still being broadcast episodically and at the time of this post only three of the four half-hour episodes are available online.

Home page (Mort): http://goo.gl/zQhanr

Listen here (Mort episodes): http://goo.gl/tPamDM

Some of these may have extra material on the front end and lack a couple of minutes at the end (BBC cuts).






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After decades apart, Carmen and Waldo finally found each other.
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Stephen Hawking does a cover of Monty Python’s Galaxy Song, originally written and sung by Eric Idle for this year’s Record Store Day.

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