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What sort of Victoria Sponge would Queen Victoria have eaten? article icon

History & The Arts 

What sort of Victoria Sponge would Queen Victoria have eaten?

The Queen did enjoy her namesake cake - and thanks to the work of food historians, you can recreate Victoria's Victoria sponge.

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OpenLearn Live: 19th February 2016 article icon

History & The Arts 

OpenLearn Live: 19th February 2016

A place where - perhaps - people lived 50,000 years ago; EU renegotiation and the life of Harper Lee. Free learning from across the day.

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Ever Wondered About... Berries? audio icon

Science, Maths & Technology 

Ever Wondered About... Berries?

Paul Merrett and David Shuker discuss the science and significance of berries.

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15 mins
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The Hairy Bikers: Bakeation - Cutdown edition

The Hairy Bikers Bakeation tour - in slightly smaller portions.

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Education & Development 

Arts & Humanities Tasters

Is Arts & Humanities for you? Dip into some of our tasters and find out!

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Science, Maths & Technology 

Think like a scientist

Learn to think like a scientist. In this collection we demonstrate a series of hands-on experiments that you can carry out in your own kitchen. We'll explore some key aspects of life on Earth such as why water is so important to all living organisms, how matter behaves at different temperatures and what are the best conditions for life to flourish. The experiments start off simply, with baking a potato to destruction, but by the end you will be isolating and extracting the DNA of a kiwi fruit! Along the way you’ll learn some key skills that will develop your scientific thinking – like what to look for when designing an experiment, why you should keep a scientific journal and how to report your results. By the end of the collection you will be able to think about how to investigate the world around you and find out how it works. These materials form part of the Open University free courses Basic Science: Understanding Experiments and Basic Science: Understanding Numbers available from OpenLearn. http://www.open.edu/openlearn/free-courses

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55 mins
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The language of baking across Europe activity icon

Languages 

The language of baking across Europe

Read and listen to the language of bakeries and cake shops across eight European countries by exploring our map. Find out about regional and cultural differences (and similarities) as you browse our collections.

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Explore the baking and culture of Europe: Hungary

Travel beyond the former Iron Curtain for a whole new taste of bread

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Explore the baking and culture of Europe: Norway

Our furthest journey north discovers the warm heart of a cold country

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Explore the baking and culture of Europe: Netherlands

A country that is known for its milling will surely have some great baking, too...

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Explore the baking and culture of Europe: Germany

A nation famed for its love of food reveals some of its baking secrets

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Explore the baking and culture of Europe: Italy

There's more to Italy than pizza breads...

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