Do you know how to sew on a button? If not, watch this short video and you'll learn a very useful skill. 
Malala Yousafzai is the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize winner. She is from Pakistan and she campaigns for the rights of girls to get an education. In this short video you can hear Malala speaking after receiving the prize.   
There are lots of unusual animals in the world. In this video David Attenborough will introduce you to one of the strangest ... the sloth. 
Have you heard of The Fault in Our Stars? It's a book by John Green that is really popular with teenagers around the world. Now they've made the book into a film. Watch the clip to see what the audience thought of the film. 
Tom Daley is a champion diver. He's also one of the ambassadors for the Commonwealth Games that are taking place from July 23rd to August 3rd. In this video Tom explores the host city of Glasgow. 
How fast do you think you can go on a normal bike? Check out this video and you'll see Guy Martin go at over 112 miles per hour, that's more than 180 kilometres per hour! Wow! 

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picture from A Brief History of Writing
We do it every day, on paper, on our phones and on computers. But, what do you know about the history of writing? Watch this clip to find out more.
screenshot of Roman Britain
Did you know that Britain was once Roman? Watch Eric in this video as he imagines what life was like in Roman times.
Can you skip or 'jump rope' as they call it in the USA? Are you good at observing things that happen around you? This video will test how observant you are and it will also show you some amazing, Double Dutch skipping. 
Who do you think is going to win this year's World Cup? You could ask a football expert ... or you could ask an animal to predict a winner! 
screenshot of Brian Cox
What do you know about black holes? What would happen if you fell into one? Could you escape? Watch this video to find out.
How fast do you think you can go on a normal bike? Check out this video and you'll see Guy Martin go at over 112 miles per hour, that's more than 180 kilometres per hour! Wow! 

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