We all make stupid jokes on April Fools’ Day, but why? And where did it come from? The April Fools’ Day goes back several hundred years but it is not entirely certain how it came to be. There were several holidays quite similar to the one we have today, such as the Roman festival of […]
You think stop and search is a problem in London? See what people in New York have to put up with. KMT!
What would you do if your friend had been stabbed? Art Against Knives and The British Red Cross have teamed up with a group of young people to co-create a film about first aid. These creative animations retell true stories of how knowledge of simple first aid steps can save a life. Being able to […]
The United States Embassy in central London is not the most attractive building in the city. Surrounded by metal barriers and policed by armed guards, the fortress flies all 50 state flags. Above them, a gold eagle looms over the edge of the roof, watching everything below. Security personnel take away all electronic devices. Like […]
I’m cruising around a sleepy small American town at 60 mph. The police are on my tail; I’m trying to avoid them by speeding away, hitting innocent pedestrians and knocking down objects. My family are extremely worried about me doing this continually. They’re worried about my behaviour and where it will eventually lead. Don’t worry, […]
Success. And what it takes to make it. The I’m Inspired project sees Exposure talk to people who have been there and done it. We met up with presenters Poet and Mitch, as they spoke about what inspired and motivated them in their careers that have seen them work with the likes of GRM Daily, […]
Success. And what it takes to make it. The I’m Inspired project sees Exposure talk to people who have been there and done it. We met fashion model Victoria Sekrier, who told us about her journey from an industrial Russian town to the glamour of Paris. She talks about how she recovered from severe bulling […]
Watching the sharp hook slice through his victims, I cowered behind the sofa in my living room filled with terror, as The Candyman went about his murderous rampage. At the age of nine, I had decided to watch my first horror movie alone. I still regret it to this day, as I absolutely hate horror […]
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