Category Archives: 3. Advanced level

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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Amazon Black Friday

What does Amazon think about Black Friday?

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The soldier

Prince Harry read Rupert Brooke’s poem The Soldier, written at the beginning of the war, as part of the service for Armistice Day.

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Series win down under

England rugby are now 2-0 up in the three match series in Australia.

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The Big Lebowski

On Wednesday 27th April at 8pm TLNet is going 10-pin bowling in Rome at the Brunswick Recreation Centre – Lungo Tevere dell’Acqua Acetosa, 10.

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Good Will Hunting

It is 18 years since this film was released and one year since Robin Williams passed away.

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Can you understand an Irish accent?

Ireland will vote this week in a referendum on same-sex marriage which comes 22 years after the country decriminalised homosexuality.

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Ipcress File at 50

The Ipcress File starring Michael Caine, is 50 years old this year.

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Coronation Street 1983

Coronation Street began in 1960 and has broadcast over 8500 episodes. On Monday one long-serving actress Anne Kirkbride, died. Enjoy this classic scene from 1983.

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