May 15, 2014
Researchers and public explore what it means to be human for inaugural Humanities Festival
UWE Bristol is hosting an event to participate in Being Human , the UK's first national festival of the humanities, which melds together original historical research, poetry and experimental sound to make unique public performances on the sites of two eighteenth century crime-scene executions in Somerset and Wiltshire.
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Yes and no camps ramp up campaigns ahead of the Scottish independence referendum
First Minister Alex Salmond during a question-and-answer session on Scotland's Future at the Regal Community Theatre in Bathgate, Scotland.
On this day: Bombs hit the Shetland Islands
In 1936, Edward VIII told prime minister Stanley Baldwin that he intended to marry American divorc e Mrs Wallis Simpson.
No scary prices for Halloween costumes at thrift shops
Whether racing to find a last-minute getup or simply looking for more affordable options, shoppers flock to area thrift stores in the days and weeks leading up to Halloween in search of ready-made costumes or items to make their own.
German minister blasts alleged US surveillance
The March 4, 2008 file photo shows German Chancellor Angela Merkel posing with a cell phone at the booth of Sony Ericsson during her opening walk at the CeBIT in Hanover, northern Germany.