Have you eaten seaweed before? Do you enjoy eating sushi? Bruce Gulland and Megan Nollet talk about how a British scientist made an important discovery about seaweed and for the world of sushi.
Does your country have a special kind of theater? When did it develop? Bruce Gulland and Megan Nollet talk about Japan’s Kabuki Theater and its history.
Everyone in the world does it - it's smiling! Luke Haley and Liz Waid look at when, how, and why people smile.
Do you drink tea? What kinds of tea do you drink? All over the world, people share a love of tea. Bruce Gulland and Liz Waid look at the history and customs of this popular drink.
Do you enjoy art? Do you enjoy trying to figure out what the painter is trying to say with his artwork? Colin Lowther and Katy Blake tell about William Blake and his interesting artwork.
Roger and Liz talk about the life of Saint Patrick and how it is celebrated around the world.
Liz Waid and Bruce Gulland tell about one way officials have reduced poaching – by employing women. These women show that protecting animals and the environment is possible, even without guns and bullets.
Have you ever felt like you have become invisible in society and you’ve given up on trying to fit in? Roger Basick and Alice Irrizary tell about the “Hikikomori” in Japan and the challenges to help these lonely people.
Adam Navis and Anne Muir look at a Spanish tradition, the siesta. Would changing it lead to more sleep and better work?