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12 October 2008

  • 12th October 2008

    Travel: America’s strangest landmarks 3

    The Jolly Green Giant statue in Blue Earth, Minnesota

    12:38 PM — If you're looking for a close encounter of the unexpected kind then you might enjoy a trek around some of North America's strangest landmarks. There are some fascinating tourist spots in the area and we're not talking about Niagara Falls or the Grand Canyon.

  • Travel: A taste of the Med- a cooking holiday

    Learn how to rustle up a tasty paella like this, on a cooking holiday in Mallorca

    12:26 PM — One of the best things about visiting a different country is the cuisine, which is why so many people head to the Mediterranean each year. Its delectable combination of sun, sea, scenery and food is among some of the best to be found in the world. However while you can't bring the sunny climate home, you could bring back some Mediterranean culinary know-how. If you feel that gastronomic competence is something that's always evaded you, think again, as travel agent Mallorca Farmhouses is offering a cookery course with a difference.

  • Preview: Stephen Fry In America – The New World 2

    Stephen Fry in Monument Valley, Navajo Tribal Park, Utah (Photo: BBC Pictures)

    12:10 PM — Stephen Fry was very nearly an American. Just before he was born, his father was offered, but turned down, a job at Princeton University.

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