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Watch videos with a UK focus. Learn about UK culture and practise your listening at the same time.
Every November people in Britain go out and celebrate Bonfire Night. What is it? Watch the video and find out all about it!
It's the largest theatrical district in the world. Watch this video about London's Theatreland and enjoy the show!
What do you know about the United Kingdom? Watch this clip to learn much more!
There's a school in Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, where more than twenty languages are spoken. That's a truly multicultural school!
Camden Town is a great place to shop if you like clothes that are a bit unusual. You'll see some very strange clothes in this video and you'll also find out what a Cyber-Goth is!
Are you interested in cars? In this video Carmen visits the National Motor Museum and finds out about classic British cars.
Everyone knows Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and Tower Bridge, but what else is there to the city of London? Learn about London's past, present and future in this video.
Do you like the excitement of extreme sports? If so, you might be an 'adrenaline junkie'. Find out more about white-water rafting and parkour in this video.
London is the shopping capital of the world. But what makes shopping here so great? Join Richard on a shopping trip to find out!
What happens to animals when they get injured? Watch this video about a rescue centre that takes care of all sorts of wild animals.
It's one of Britain's favourite topics of conversation: the weather. Watch this video and see how a weather forecast is made.
Richard finds out more about English as a global language, and talks to young people from all over the world who have come to Britain to learn English.
Some of the greatest music in the world comes from Britain, and British music is still topping the charts today. Richard visits a world-famous London recording studio to find out more.
What do you need to know to work in fashion? Wendy talks to people working on a fashion shoot.
Have you read any Harry Potter books? What about 1984, The Lord of the Rings or the Chronicles of Narnia? Richard visits a magical place to find out about contemporary British literature.
Students from all over the world talk about their experiences of studying in the UK.
What happens at a traditional Christian wedding in the UK? And what other types of wedding are there? Join Amandeep as she meets a young British couple on their wedding day.
Football is more popular than ever among British girls and women. Meet Kitty and her team as they prepare for a big match.
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