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Jamie Oliver
Jamie's Dinners

Jamie Oliver, a world renowned English chef famous for his uncomplicated style of cooking and love of fresh, organic foods, launched a TV documentary that aired on British television in February 2005. Jamie’s School Dinners revealed the state school dinners in one British school in Southeast London. Kidbrook School, like at many British schools, feeds the majority of its students with government funded meals. Click on the link above to read more ...


Six Nations Rugby
Student Lifestyle Game

From sitting your GCSEs to graduating from university is a long journey!  This interactive game let's you create a fantasy character and play fun games to get through your journey.  

Borat
Borat

High Five! Borat has landed. Our very own Sacha Baron Cohen (Ali G) has taken America by storm and kicked up a storm of protest from San Francisco to Kazakhstan.

Casino Royal
Casino Royale

Casino Royale is the latest James Bond adventure— the 21st film and the first outing for new Bond star Daniel Craig.

Gwilym's Diary
Gwilym's Diary

Oh dear. Last night was parents' evening and I didn't get a very good report. All my teachers said I could do much better but I didn't try hard enough.

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Who am I?

Hello! My name is Robert. I write the English articles for LanguageZone. I'm 23 and I'm a student at Cardiff University. I'm studying for a degree in English Literature...

Caterpillar
I'm a celebrity get me out of here!

Second rate celebrities, in a jungle in Australia, eating creepy-crawlies and shouting at each other. What makes this such an unpromising idea into must-watch TV?

Please note that the LanguageZone news articles are the work of Cardiff University students who are providing support for secondary school students studying a modern European Language at GCSE or A Level.
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