Dayman Steptoe's remarkable video of the remote Australian countryside took him one year to collate, but it'll take you just minutes to watch.
The Australian summer: a time of endless sun, impromptu barbeques, long days spent pretending to care about cricket and balmy evenings spent watching movies in the park.
A small library and reading room on the outskirts of Beijing provides a serene contrast to the busy city.
The US Army has just come up with a way to increase the life expectancy of a sandwich 2000-fold.
At this time of year it's important to pause, take stock, and cry like a little baby when you watch this clip narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
We haven't turned into zombies, but we reckon that Sara Asnaghi's brains are good enough to eat.
Fruit picking and foraging opportunities are all around... if you know where to look. Rohan talks about the time-honoured tradition of scrumping.
So what if the only thing you make is your bed in the morning (and even that's a struggle) when Mr Kitly is full of handmade wonder from people who know their stuff.
We're not supposed to talk about it yet, but everyone's talking about it: the 'God Particle' (Higgs boson) has finally (probably) been discovered!
When WikiLeaks, Twitter and tablets are creating, breaking and publishing news is there still a role for the New York Times? Hell yes.
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