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historyradio.org Some reflections at the start of a new academic year http://historyradio.org/2017/08/18/reflections-on-the-teaching-profession/
Reflections on the teaching professionhistoryradio.orgWhen I was a young pupil I used to mock my teachers. I copied their mannerisms, their voices, their flaws and particularities, and ridiculed them behind their backs. It was a way of entertaining fa…
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historyradio.org http://historyradio.org/2017/08/16/a-writers-journey-to-pakistan/
A writer’s journey to Pakistanhistoryradio.org“Pakistan here we come,” Marit and Lubna in my novel “The Girl from two Worlds” are singing on their way to the airport. The novel is about betrayal, love marriage contra arranged marriage, but fir…
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historyradio.org http://historyradio.org/2017/08/12/laughter-in-north-korea/
Laughter in North Koreahistoryradio.orgIt is the most vilified country on earth. We’re daily bombarded by stories about their nuclear capability. However, there is another side to the brutal dictatorship, which we seldom hear about, nam…
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historyradio.org An interview with a veteran TV writer on the blog today http://historyradio.org/2017/08/04/writing-without-an-ego-a-showrunner-explains/
Writing without an ego, a showrunner explainshistoryradio.orgWhen you think of writing most people imagine a solitary philosopher, an ivory tower, or something of the kind. However, there are some, who for commercial and practical reasons, create stories in …
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historyradio.org http://historyradio.org/2017/07/29/bruce-lee-my-childhood-hero-by-josef-tzegai-yohannes/
“Bruce Lee – My Childhood Hero” by Josef Tzegai Yohanneshistoryradio.orgWhat do Bruce Lee mean to the world, or maybe I should ask myself what does he mean to me? Bruce Lee means a lot of things to a lot of people around the world and that is why he is an icon today ac…
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