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Hormones: Oxytocin

The “love hormone” is usually associated with cuddles, babies and affection, but in the Indian dairy industry it has a dark side, as Justin Rowlatt discovers. Endocrinologist Maralyn Druce of Barts Hospital shows Justin some of the more ludicrous attempts to commercialise this alluring chemical,…

Hormones: Oxytocin

The “love hormone” is usually associated with cuddles, babies and affection, but in the Indian dairy industry it has a dark side, as Justin Rowlatt discovers. Endocrinologist Maralyn Druce of Barts Hospital shows Justin some of the more ludicrous attempts to commercialise this alluring chemical,…

27/06/2017

Harrison thinks it is time to move on, and Jill is keen to be involved.

The End of Globalisation?

(Picture: Wreck of an old frighter at Arrecife, Canary Islands, Spain; Credit: horstgerlach/Getty Images)

26/06/2017

Justin has a hard day at the office, and Clarrie worries that Eddie has overdone it.

Onomatopoeia

‘Cars zooming around’, ‘machines buzzing and bleeping’ are examples of onomatopoeia. Words that sound like the thing they describe are called onomatopoeic.

Onomatopoeia

‘Cars zooming around’, ‘machines buzzing and bleeping’ are examples of onomatopoeia. Words that sound like the thing they describe are called onomatopoeic.

Onomatopoeia

‘Cars zooming around’, ‘machines buzzing and bleeping’ are examples of onomatopoeia. Words that sound like the thing they describe are called onomatopoeic.

Onomatopoeia

‘Cars zooming around’, ‘machines buzzing and bleeping’ are examples of onomatopoeia. Words that sound like the thing they describe are called onomatopoeic.