The Bugis people of South Sulawesi recognise five genders, and each is considered essential to the maintenance of balance and harmony in society.
Feeding vocalisations could be used to control gorilla groups – may offer insights into the evolution of human language.
The eerie collections of the Hunterian Museum have attracted curiosity and controversy for centuries.
Henry (Harry) Moseley was one of the most promising young minds of the early 20th…
A rich and fascinating celebration of the civilisation, history and art of the 340 million people living in the 17 countries of West Africa.
Primatologists and archaeologists have deciphered the complex code of marks and scratches that macaques leave on their stone tools.
Pask was one of the first educators to recognise that students have different learning needs, and that conversation is at the heart of all learning. We examine his ideas, and look at some of his amazing machines.
Rapid change in the Amhara region of Ethiopia has threatened traditional iron working crafts. We watch a blacksmith practicing his ancient skills.