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1. Desire

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2. Citizens Advice Volunteer Appeal 2016: BBC Radio interview

Citizens Advice Volunteer Appeal 2016: BBC Radio interview

Volunteering opportunities with Citizens Advice West Oxfordshire. Six-week training course for new volunteers begins February 23, 2016. For more information call 03444 111 444, email [email protected] or visit Citizens Advice's offices in Marlborough Lane, Witney.

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5. hertz podcast: Dr Graeme Marlton

hertz podcast: Dr Graeme Marlton

hertz is an R&D project supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Arts Council England. It is led by Lead Artist Juliet Robson - julietrobson.com/blog - and marries the fields of art, astrophysics, mathematics and meteorology. Dr Graeme Marlton – a meteorologist and Postdoctoral Research Assistant at the University of Reading – is collaborating on the project and here, describes his role on the team and also what first drew him to hertz.

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9. Pangbourne College Classic Car Show 2016: BBC Radio live

Pangbourne College Classic Car Show 2016: BBC Radio live

Inaugural Pangbourne College Classic Car Show (4 June 2016) drew more than 1,000 visitors and 150 rare, vintage and classic cars and their owners. Show Organiser Tom Cheney is interviewed live at the event on BBC Radio Berkshire by Reporter Anoushka Williams

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11. hertz podcast: Professor Bill Chaplin

hertz podcast: Professor Bill Chaplin

hertz is an R&D project supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Arts Council England. It is led by Lead Artist Juliet Robson - julietrobson.com/blog - and marries the fields of art, astrophysics, mathematics and meteorology. Professor Bill Chaplin – of the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Birmingham – is collaborating on the project. Here, he describes what drew him to hertz and explains how stars create sound in the first place, and what we can learn from it

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12. hertz podcast: Dr Andrew Gibbs

hertz podcast: Dr Andrew Gibbs

hertz is an R&D project supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Arts Council England. It is led by Lead Artist Juliet Robson - julietrobson.com/blog - and marries the fields of art, astrophysics, mathematics and meteorology. Dr Andrew Gibbs - who was just completed his PhD in Applied Mathematics at the University of Reading - is collaborating on the project and here, describes his role on the team and what first drew him to hertz

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14. hertz podcast: Lead Artist Juliet Robson

hertz podcast: Lead Artist Juliet Robson

hertz is an R&D project supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Arts Council England. It is led by Lead Artist Juliet Robson - julietrobson.com/blog - and marries the fields of art, astrophysics, mathematics and meteorology. Here, from her South Oxfordshire studio, Juliet talks about what audiences can expect from the work and also reflects upon the moment she discovered Unlimited were backing her idea.

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