Tag Archives: TV

The Mobile Phone as Teacher: Learning English in Bangladesh

BBC Janala project overview Bangladesh We are working in partnership with BBC Learning English on an educational initiative, BBC Janala, to significantly increase the number of people able to speak English who can contribute to the economic growth of Bangladesh. … Continue reading

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Do You Know? Teachers TV is Alive!

Outstanding Teaching Videos Available, Still! Ten Alps’ Teachers TV lives on as Schoolsworld Ten Alps continues broadcasting its Teachers TV channel, despite government funding for the station coming to an end. Teachers TV was due to close at the end … Continue reading

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ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” – First Look!

ONCE UPON A TIME http://abc.go.com/shows/once-upon-a-time http://www.Facebook.com/OnceUponATimeABC http://www.twitter.com/OnceABC Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz (Lost, Tron: Legacy) invite you to a bold new vision of the world where fairytales and the modern day are about to collide. Anna Swan (Jennifer Morrison) knows … Continue reading

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ABC’s Charlie’s Angels – First Look!

Everyone deserves a second chance. Even a thief, a street racer and a cop who got in a little too deep. After all, the three women who solve cases for their elusive boss Charlie Townsend are no saints – they’re … Continue reading

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The Wedding Singer: Would You Let This Woman Sing At Your Wedding?

Sweeter than heaven, hotter than hell. Sounds like something I’d say to my wife, Gaby, since both comments describe her perfectly. But come on, as a wedding song? I mean for seduction, anticipation of pending passion, perfect – but as … Continue reading

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