Stuck in traffic

Is your journey as bad as mine?

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Did you get wet in Rome?

Last weekend Italy got wet and Rome didn’t escape. Check out how the rain hit in the north of the city.

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What do you watch on YouTube?

It was not possible to see the recent total eclipse from Europe so we followed YouTube vlogger Casey Neistat as he travelled to South Carolina. But how did he get his pictures?

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Trust your instinct

Jerry Lewis 1926-2017

Another great passes away.

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CBS News 16/6/2017

Your chance to test your understanding of the news headlines with our interactive activity.

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The name was Roger Moore

Roger Moore

Roger Moore 1927 – 2017

If you grew up in the 70’s and 80’s then he was your first James Bond.

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Who was your first Batman?

Adam West 1928-2017

120 episodes between 1966 and 1968 with Adam West as the TV caped crusader. He died on June 9th.

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BBC Business News 4/6/17

Test your listening with the interactive business news headlines.

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Dial M for Murder

Sir Alfred Hitchcock died on April 29 1980. See if you can follow the logic and solve the 1954 Dial M for Murder mystery!

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Sky News 30/4/17

TLNet scuola d'inglese

A chance to review the headlines and test your comprehension skills.

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