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    The Bottom Line - Second-hand trade

    Making money from old phones, engines and plastic bottles is the topic for Evan Davis and guests. 

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    Level: 1 Introductory

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    07 Jul 2014

  • The Bottom Line - Second-hand trade

    The Bottom Line - Second-hand trade Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Lucidwaters | Dreamstime.com
    Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 07 Jul 2014
    Making money from old phones, engines and plastic bottles is the topic for Evan Davis and guests. 
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    Thinking Allowed: Flip-flops and Russia's upper classes

    By The OpenLearn team

    A throwaway shoe leaving footprints across the world, and why Russian oligarchs are less likely to show off their...

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    01 Jul 2014

  • Thinking Allowed: Flip-flops and Russia's upper classes

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    Updated 01 Jul 2014
    A throwaway shoe leaving footprints across the world, and why Russian oligarchs are less likely to show off their money.
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    Thinking Allowed: Surfing and coffee shops in Baghdad

    By The OpenLearn team

    Laurie Taylor and guests unravel the darker side of surf culture, and the joys of idleness in Baghdad coffee shops.

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    25 Jun 2014

  • Thinking Allowed: Surfing and coffee shops in Baghdad

    Thinking Allowed: Surfing and coffee shops in Baghdad Creative commons image Icon Darwin Bell under CC-BY-NC licence under Creative-Commons license
    Updated 25 Jun 2014
    Laurie Taylor and guests unravel the darker side of surf culture, and the joys of idleness in Baghdad coffee shops.
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    Thinking Allowed: Before the Windrush & the late modern hipster

    Liverpool: From a teeming mix of different nationalities and races to the phenomenon of the late modern 'hipster...

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    18 Jun 2014

  • Thinking Allowed: Before the Windrush & the late modern hipster

    Thinking Allowed: Before the Windrush & the late modern hipster Creative commons image Icon Beverley Goodwin under CC BY 2.0 licence under Creative-Commons license
    Updated 18 Jun 2014
    Liverpool: From a teeming mix of different nationalities and races to the phenomenon of the late modern 'hipster'.
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    04 Jun 2014

  • The Bottom Line - Bitcoin

    The Bottom Line - Bitcoin Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Nicholas Moore | Dreamstime.com
    Updated 04 Jun 2014
    Bitcoin: What is it and what can you buy with it?
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    04 Jun 2014

  • Thinking Allowed: Offshoring & make-up in Iran

    Thinking Allowed: Offshoring & make-up in Iran Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Flynt | Dreamstime.com
    Updated 04 Jun 2014
    Offshoring as the economy of secrecy and research on Iranian women's use of make up.
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    28 May 2014

  • The Bottom Line - The Spring 2014 series

    The Bottom Line - The Spring 2014 series Creative commons image Icon Mike Poresky under CC-BY licence under Creative-Commons license
    Updated 28 May 2014
    Catch up with the episodes from the Spring 2014 series.
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    20 May 2014

  • Thinking Allowed: Islamaphobia and anti-Semitism & the sociology of sleep

    Thinking Allowed: Islamaphobia and anti-Semitism & the sociology of sleep Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Reinout Van Wagtendonk | Dreamstime.com
    Updated 20 May 2014
    A new study attempts to remedy the absence of comparisons of anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim sentiment in British accounts of race and racism.
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    12 May 2014

  • Thinking Allowed: Illicit dance & the purpose of war

    Thinking Allowed: Illicit dance & the purpose of war Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: US Government Work
    Updated 12 May 2014
    Studies into Asian dance beyond Bollywood, and exploring the social purpose of war.
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    Thinking Allowed: People history and baristas

    By The OpenLearn team

    Laurie Taylor talks to the author of a major new work on social history, and explores why people are happy to make...

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    06 May 2014

  • Thinking Allowed: People history and baristas

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    Updated 06 May 2014
    Laurie Taylor talks to the author of a major new work on social history, and explores why people are happy to make coffee for low pay.
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