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Lesotho: This Chef is saving Basotho cuisine from disappearing
Seen as food for the poor, traditional Basotho dishes aren't as popular in Lesotho as their Italian or American counterparts. As a result, the country's food culture is rapidly disappearing. How does this affect the African country?
Watch: London's Beefeaters don uniforms with insignia of Charles III
The Tower of London's Yeomen Warders, nicknamed ‘Beefeaters’, open the Tower to the public on their first day in a new uniform to mark the change in monarch.
China celebrates Water-sprinkling festival for first time since Covid
Huge crowds gather in China's southwestern province of Yunnan to celebrate the country's annual water sprinkling festival. The event was held for the first time since the outbreak of Covid-19.
The two-hundred-year-old endangered craft in the heart of Italy
An Italian town which used to be a thriving hotspot of the silk industry is struggling to keep the tradition alive.
What is 'la bise' and has the pandemic killed it?
French people often do 'la bise' to greet each other - but the pandemic has endangered this national habit.
WATCH: Guyana's cowboys showcase skills in rodeo
Deafeningly loud country music came through the speakers as cowboys entered the arena to kickstart this year’s Rupununi Ranchers Rodeo in Lethem, southwest Guyana.
Czechs mark Easter with noisy rattle procession
Hundreds of people clad in black suits and white masks marched through the southern Czech city of Ceske Budejovice on Friday, partaking in an old Easter tradition.
Thousands of drummers in Spain mark Good Friday
Thousands of drums come together in the village square in Calanda northeast Spain. At midday on Good Friday, they begin to beat in unison, filling the whole village with sound
April Fools' Day: What are its origins and how do Europeans celebrate?
April Fools' Day: Why do we collectively try to mess with others on 1 April, and how do countries celebrate this festival of foolishness?
Where was Carbonara sauce created?
Where was Carbonara created? One academic says it's not Italy, which is an answer causing shock and outrage in the country.
Italy moves to ban lab-grown meat in bid to protect food heritage
Italy is moving to ban lab-grown meat. If the proposal is passed by parliament, Italian industry will not be allowed to produce food or feed "from cell cultures or tissues derived from vertebrate animals"
Unlucky for some: How many airlines skip row 13?
Plenty of airlines skip row 13 to help quell passenger superstition.
Discover the secrets behind Spain's Iberian delicacies
Here We Grow uncovers the secrets behind Spain's gastronomic delicacies and learns the art of carving Iberian ham
These are Europe's most absolutely bonkers sporting events
Here are some of the most unusual sporting events played around Europe, that are sure to leave you scratching your head in confusion and amusement.
Diving for pearls: from Qatari seabeds to glittering display cases
Pearls were Qatar's first major export commodity. And despite competition from oyster farms, divers still go in search of nature's treasures
How can we teach children about death?
John Adams' mother died when he was 12. Now a funeral director, he's leading a campaign to get lessons in bereavement in UK schools.
Culture Re-View: A look back at this day in history
As part of this look back in history, we've traced the origins of who Saint Valentine was and how his name became associated with romantic holiday we know today.
WATCH: Bulgarian folk dancers step out for masked festival
A masked festival has been held in Bulgaria to mark the end of winter. People gathered in vibrant costumes to ward off evil at the Surva festival.
Are flights really cheaper on Friday the 13th?
Despite being one of the most searched Fridays of the year, the 13 January is one of the cheapest to book flights.
In photos: Romania's 'dancing bear festival'
Centuries ago, people in northeastern Romania would don bear fur and dance to fend off evil spirits. Nowadays, the custom lives on as a popular tourist attraction.