Monthly Archives: December 2011

The footage that fooled Britain: David Attenborough’s Frozen Planet

After the row last week over the birth of the polar bears in David Attenborough’s Frozen Planet –  it turned out that they weren’t born in the Arctic after all – I can reveal that Sir David’s next big natural … Continue reading

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Let my daughter study Shakespeare not Heat magazine

‘OMG, how embarrassing to have a dad like that!’  That’s a possible view of one Joseph Reynolds, a 45–year-old marine engineer who has gone into battle with his teenage daughter’s secondary school over the fact that she is studying Heat … Continue reading

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Hi all. I’m new to the blogosphere (and the twittosphere, for that matter. @siangriffiths6, that’s me) so be kind.  I’ll be writing a bit about Sunday Times stories, plus sharing my thoughts on the latest education news in the UK, … Continue reading

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