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MIT offers over 2,000 free online courses (The Insider)

You will probably want to explore as this article’s selection criteria are narrowly applied.

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What is the Dunning-Kruger Effect? (VeryWellMind)

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The Science of Reasoning With Unreasonable People (New York Times)

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Rob Eastaway and Ben Sparks will reveal some of their favourite – and least favourite – puzzles, and look at the art of turning an ‘OK’ puzzle into a great one.

Thursday, 4 March 2021 16:30 – 18:00 GMT  (Eventbrite Booking)

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The nine dots and more puzzles (Guardian)

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Radio Garden – Explore live radio by rotating the globe (radio.garden)

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Radio Garden brings the world’s broadcasts to a single destination (theoutline.com)

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British people are really missing the pub – here’s why (The Conversation)

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How did our system of numerals spread from the Arab world to Europe, and what would our lives be without it? (Scientific American)

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BBC Radio 4 Counterpoint is inviting applications to be a contestant in the next series. Use the ‘Contact Us’ section to apply here. (BBC)

The current series has one Semi-Final, and the Final yet to be broadcast.

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In the latest episode broadcast, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? contestant makes a ‘mess’ by using his lifelines too early (Mail Online)

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An Immingham pub has won an award for running the best virtual quizzes in Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire during the tough months of lockdown – and here is your chance to try it for yourself. (Grimsby Telegraph)

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