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Cinemas have re-released 'A Clockwork Orange' as part of thhe British Film Institute's celebration of Stanley Kubrick. Here Philip Seargeant delves into the famous and film, and dystopia in popular culture.
On what would have been Bowie's 72nd birthday, Frank Monaghan explores how his constant evolution wasn't just about changing the nature of his art - his reinventions were his art.
History & The Arts
We're ten this year - isn't that amazing? What's even more amazing is this list of ten extraordinary people and their incredible stories...
David Bowie's music and style opened doors to different music and stranger books. Professor Richard Brown writes about how Bowie influenced his tastes...
Emilia Wilton-Godberfforde explains how David Bowie has helped shape her research
Are there any similarities between David Bowie and Pierre Boulez who both passed early on in January 2016?
The godfather of emoji, pictograms and data visualisation; All of JS Bach; Bowie's lyric app; IM privacy and then more free learning through the day.
It's fair to say David Bowie had an obvious fascination with space and future dystopias, Tony Keen looks at the roots of the starman's relationship with science fiction.
David Bowie's later work showed him taking on the taboo of death with the vigour he'd used to break barriers of gender and identity, says Elizabeth Tilley.
What does David Bowie's last single tell us about his attitude to a death he almost certainly was expecting?
Science, Maths & Technology
The short answer is that they weren't - but there's a lot more to it than that. Kevin Hunt explains.
Reaction and context following the death of David Bowie - including his influence on the net and financial markets; plus who is entering the public domain in 2016? Free learning across the day.
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