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Female Truckers Take the Wheel
Driving heavy goods vehicles is a male-dominated sector. But today more women are getting behind the wheel.
Scotland: Brexit Takes Toll on Fishing
UK fishermen were sold a dream, and now it's time to wake up
The Virtues of Pollen
Pollen allergies are very common, but these tiny irritants are also extremely useful to science. As pollen is almost indestructible, it can also be used to see how people lived thousands of years ago.
India: Drowned by the Second Wave
Imagine being told that your loved one only has five minutes of oxygen left, and all you can do is watch the minutes tick by
Travel & Adventure
Journey to Armenia
A trip through the small and diverse country of Armenia, nestled in the South Caucasus.
Street Art Silos in Australia
In the Australian state of Victoria artists have transformed huge grain silos into works of art bringing life and colour to small towns.
From San Gimignano to the Maremma
In the South of Tuscany
Tuscany attracts visitors from all over the world
The Cote Bleue by Train
The Cote Bleu is less well known than its grander neighbour the Cote d’Azur, but this stretch of the French Mediterranean coast is is no less beautiful.
Summer in the Finnish Lake District
A trip to the Finnish lake district, this pristine wilderness of clear waters, deep forests and wide open skies.