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FreeMe - Rescuing Suburban Indigenous Wildlife
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FreeMe - Rescuing Suburban Indigenous WildlifeEach year thousand of birds, mammals and reptiles living in gardens or suburbs become orphaned, sick or suffer injuries. The public can now bring wildlife to FreeMe Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre for specialised treatment, care and rehabilitation until they can be released.
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Who Decides The Priorities When Saving The World
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Who Decides The Priorities When Saving The WorldGlobal warming was an issue that twenty years ago most people shrugged off as rubbish. Now there are such vitriolic evangelists in favour that one has to be superbly courageous to even voice an opinion against it. There, I can already see the hackles rising.
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Help Develop Grassroots Rugby
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Help Develop Grassroots RugbyThe Mighty Boks have returned home as World Champions and now talk turns to the issue of transformation. The Soweto Schools Rugby Project is tackling the issue of developing grass roots rugby head on, and you can help.
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Interesting Earthworms
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Earthworm Interest Group of South AfricaThe humble earthworm has the amazing ability to turn organic waste into valuable plant and soil nutrients. The Earthworm Interest Group of South Africa seeks to educate people on how to use worms to reduce their trash whilst helping their garden at the same time.
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Beautiful Me - Interview with Alan Glass, Ed Jordan, Paul Choritz
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Beautiful MeCeri Balston caught up with Alan Glass, Ed Jordan and Paul Choritz, the team behind the highly successful children's music series "Beautiful Creatures", to find out what we can expect from their latest release, "Beautiful Me".
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Soil for Life
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Soil for LifeIt is Soil for Life's mission to give poor and hungry people the knowledge and skills to grow their own food. Two remarkable Capetonian women have taken what they've learnt into their communities to change the lives of the people. Here are their stories.
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The Ubuntu Youth Project
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Where There is Light... There is Hope - The Ubuntu Youth ProjectLerato is a bright, pretty girl who consistently wins prizes at school for her academic progress. Like most of her fellow students, however, she comes from a very impoverished background. But through the Ubuntu Youth project she has regained a feeling of self-worth.
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Lessons From Our Ancestors
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Lessons From Our AncestorsFor a year five experts ditched theory for practice, running a Welsh farm using 17th Century methods. What lessons for modern living did they learn? The BBC series "Tales from the Green Valley" follows historians and archaeologists as they recreate farm life from the age of the Stuarts. They wear the clothes, eat the food and use the tools, skills and technology of the 1620s.
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Confessions of a Converted Carrot Cruncher
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Confessions of a Converted Carrot CruncherI am a vegetarian. I am also an atheist and a feminist. But of the three philosophies which largely inform my thinking and determine my conduct, it is my decision not to eat wobbly-kneed calves and squint-eyed pigs which has got me into the most trouble. In fact, my allegiance to tofu has proved to be more of an incitement to argument and criticism than my allegiance to the likes of Richard Dawkins and Germaine Greer. Who would have believed it?
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When I Asked God
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When I Asked GodRirian shares Swami Vivekananda's moving poem "When I Asked God". When I Asked God for Strength, He Gave Me Difficult Situations to Face, When I Asked God for Brain & Brawn, He Gave Me Puzzles in Life to Solve, When I Asked God for Happiness, He Showed Me Some Unhappy People...
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