Internships: exploitation or valuable work experience? Sophie and Neil discuss the reason why fear of spiders is so common, Neil and Alice talk about the defiant women who fought for their right to choose their representatives. "Oh Mane Mane", he sang to the tune of Sugar, Sugar by 1960s hitmakers The Archies. According to some Gunners fans (Gooners), the Pet Shop Boys version was played at half-time at the European Cup Winners’ Cup semi-final against Paris Saint-Germain in March 1994 after Ian Wright had scored in the first half – and the Arsenal version stuck. The word snowflake has taken on a new meaning. DanThen we had honed for something that is crafted and improved over time. Rob and Finn discuss this how they work and how they help many of the country's poorest. Sandwiches are the most popular lunchtime meal in the UK, but why? Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Arsenal: Now that is poetry. They are older and wealthier, and perhaps that is a demographic or group that is less likely to sing in public. Young entrepreneurs are appearing everywhere. Listen to Rob and Neil's conversation and learn some related vocabulary. At least in a football stadium it becomes three syllables. You're not alone. The future of cities after the Covid-19 crisis. Rob and Neil talk about someone else who discovered it first. This song was composed by John Kellette in the US around 1918 and was used in the musical The Passing Show of 1918. For a better experience please enable Javascript in your browser, Tim's Pronunciation Workshop (intermediate), Coronavirus: Dealing with mass unemployment, Tips for parents coping with kids at home. Do you care if you're poor when you're old? NeilHe gave a number of reasons. Everyone knows 'She's Electric', written by Noel Gallagher and sung with fervour by brother Liam. Being a fan of Scotland, you have to have a sense of humour. How did a man fall from a 47 storey skyscraper and survive? Can companies operate better without managers? Are you planning for a comfortable retirement? When you have to be polite and courteous ... even when you swim! Is it a good idea? We talk about being a saver in a consumer culture and discuss the meaning of 'thrift' through history. Thank you! The UK has become the first country to approve legislation allowing the creation of babies with genetic material from three people. How do lost cats and dogs find their way home? Let’s listen to Mr Wilson again. Read about our approach to external linking. Fans were not pleased when 2 Unlimited’s Get Ready For This was played in the August, nor when Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Bad Moon Rising was chosen in September. What will the jobs market look like after the coronavirus pandemic ends? How many reasons does he mention? I'm Dan. Two syllables, right? Does your age affect your political views? 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Then in the second leg of the semi-final and the final in Copenhagen the score was one-nil to Arsenal – hence the song being sung at every given opportunity from then on. Alice and Neil discuss whether we would miss driving as driverless cars are tested in cities around the world. Do you choose trendy items or old comfortable ones? demographicsgroups or sections of the population involved in a particular activity, discouragemake someone less likely to do something, Note: This is not a word for word transcript. Many animals face extinction. Gun control with no guns? DanAlright! Local project trains grandmothers to help Zimbabweans mental health. To see all content on The Sun, please use the Site Map. We do not tolerate plagiarism. Research shows that it actually influences us more than we realise - whether we're at the movies, the supermarket, or down the pub, Coffee is now the most popular drink in the world. According to a historical expert it became an anthem for the team in the 89/90 season. We doubt Virgil Van Dijk had ever heard The Dubliners hit 'Dirty Old Town' before. Listen in to Rob and Neil to find out if it's a useful skill or just an annoying habit. Neil and Alice discuss the threat to The Great Barrier Reef, the Grand Canyon, and the Inca city of Machu Picchu in Peru, Why do some weeks just fly by but sometimes minutes can seem like hours? Witty means funny but in a clever way. This single was originally recorded by The Dave Clark Five, who it was a Number 1 hit for in January 1964. Are you prepared to be the canvas for a painting that might last forever? Why do we associate motorcycles with men? Does being taller mean you earn more at work? A man mountain of a player, the Leicester City and England centre half Harry Maguire takes no prisoners when it comes to a tackle... or even heading a brick. Why are countryside walks no longer so popular? Alice and Rob talk about aging. Is talking on the telephone embarrassing? When enemy soldiers sang together in WW1. Bitcoin is here and it's generating interest. It's amazing! Our experts write each and every paper from scratch. Fifty years ago, on 18 March 1965, Soviet astronaut Alexei Leonov took the first space walk. "Your teeth are offside, your teeth are offside, Luis Suarez, your teeth are offside," they roared whenever the ball came into their own half. What do you eat for lunch? How can books help us relax and feel more alive during troubled times? Listen to Rob and Neil’s chat and learn some related vocabulary. A real modern day classic, the Northern Irish striker's chant went worldwide. Big bushy beards have become so fashionable that there's now an art exhibition dedicated to them, A London apartment block has front and back entrances for private and social housing - or so-called rich and poor doors. Neil and Alice discuss how to be more creative. Call them what you want – trainers, sneakers, tennis shoes – but why does everybody love them so much? Bye! When you're a Liverpool player and you have an Anfield legend singing your song, (A) it must be catchy and (B) you must be doing alright in a Reds shirt. One-Nil to the Arsenal. Will we still be speaking in an English we recognise in a thousand years' time? Do people now have shorter attention spans than goldfish? 'Built-in' means the technology is included as part of the table. Join Dan and Neil to find out. Some managers have complained that the fans are too quiet and that this has a negative effect on the players. Why does seeing someone yawn make you yawn? Always a popular figure in the game, Keane played for a number of top clubs, including Leeds United, Inter Milan and Tottenham Hotspur. Listen to what a social psychologist has to say about it. While on Champions League punditry duty with BT Sport, Steven Gerrard burst into the Mane song in the studio. Despite numerous covers, You’ll Never Walk Alone is originally from the Rodgers and Hammerstein 1945 musical Carousel. Would this make you love them less? Neil tries out his best impression of Elvis while teaching you some related vocabulary. How generous are you? The dangers of computer games. Rob and Finn discuss a project which aims to inspire through stories of a bright future. New apps are transforming the way people order food from home, Listen to civil rights activist, Tarana Burke, who coined the phrase. But these aren’t the only kinds of songs. So you just pop your phone on the table, and technology does the rest! NeilI could be wrong but I think it was before the turn of the century, so I’ll say the 1890s. Dan and Neil discuss the pros and cons of this digital currency. News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. This playlist is updated weekly with new and classic #England songs #EURO2020 #ComeOnEngland Neil and Sam discuss objectification. Listen to Neil and Harry’s conversation and learn some related vocabulary. How often do you check your phone? Is honesty really the best policy? Giving up beer, wine and spirits is a challenge many people include in their New Year's resolutions. But people are realising that they must act now to stop further losses. It reached number 16 and stayed in the charts for seven weeks. What's inspiring women to get involved in politics? For further details of our complaints policy and to make a complaint please click here. He is known throughout the world for his role in defeating Nazi Germany but he also made mistakes. If you’re not interested in football, I hope we didn’t discourage you from listening again! Alice and Neil talk about the role that diet has to play in this global health problem, Why do we procrastinate? DanWell, we'll see if you're right or not later in the show. Furniture with built-in wireless charging technology - like a coffee table is now being sold. Could you give up meat and animal products? Neil and Finn guide you through the BBC Proms, What an awful sound - cracking your knuckles! The treatments that help people stay mentally healthy. John Carew, Carew, He likes a lap-dance or two, He might even pay for you, John Carew, Carew.