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The Strange Afterlife of Einstein's Brain
Offbeat  (tags: Brain, Einstein, scholarly research )

- 8 hours ago -
Einstein's death 60 years ago was just the start of a strange journey for the most prized part of his anatomy, his brain. Stored in jars and on slides, it is still inspiring awe and scholarly research.
BBC Rewind: Paxman Probes Blair on Party Funding
Offbeat  (tags: Election 2015, Paxman, Blair, Labour Funding, Politics, UK )

- 19 hours ago -
Jeremy Paxman asks Prime Minister Tony Blair how his deeply held Christian values can be reconciled with the Labour Party accepting donations from "a pornographer".
BBC Rewind: 1997 Conservative Manifesto
Offbeat  (tags: Election 2015, Conservative manifesto 1997, Politics, UK )

- 19 hours ago -
The Conservative Party's 1997 general election manifesto, 'You Can Only Be Sure With The Conservatives', boasts that Britain is booming and economic success would be at risk under Labour.
BBC Rewind: 1983 Labour Manifesto
Offbeat  (tags: Election 2015, Labour manifesto 1983, Politics, UK )

- 19 hours ago -
Labour propose massive public investment, withdrawal from the EEC and nuclear disarmament in their manifesto for the 1983 general election, 'The New Hope For Britain'
BBC Rewind From 1982: Healthcare for All?
Offbeat  (tags: Election 2015, BBC Rewind, Election 1982, Politics, NHS, UK )

- 20 hours ago -
Funding problems for the National Health Service are nothing new.As far back as 1982, a BBC Newsweek programme considered the increased burden that the UK's ageing population was placing on the NHS
New York City Council Approves Monument to Slaves
Offbeat  (tags: Monument to Slaves, City Council, New York, USA )

- 5 hours ago -
The New York City Council has approved a monument recognising the contributions of slaves to the city's founding and economy.
Whistling David Morris: Life as a Professional Puckerer
Offbeat  (tags: Entertainment, Arts, David Morris, Whistling )

- 1 day ago -
David Morris does more than whistle while he works - whistling is his work.After being crowned World Whistling Champion in 2003, David gave up his job in sales and transformed his dinner party trick turn into a full-time job.
Dementia 'Halted in Mice Brains'
Offbeat  (tags: Study, Animals, Brain, Health, Dementia )

- 1 day ago -
Tweaking the brain's immune system with a drug has prevented mice developing dementia, a study shows.
Gene Study May Explain Why Some Remain Quick Thinkers
Offbeat  (tags: health, brain, Gene study )

- 15 hours ago -
Genetic differences could explain why some people are quicker thinkers in middle age and later life, a study of data from 30,000 people suggests
What If No-One Wins the Election?
Offbeat  (tags: Election 2015, Hung Parliament, Game )

- 1 hour ago -
What happens after the election if there is a hung parliament? Which parties might agree to work together and who may hold the balance of power? Who could build a majority of 326 votes in the house? Play our game to find out.
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