Voices President Obama with Vice-President Joe Biden

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Channel 4’s “provocative” series of programmes about Ramadan will begin tonight with A Very British Ramadan.

Michael Gove brings back 12 times tables in new curriculum

Children will be taught fractions from the age of five and will once again have to learn the 12 times tables under a controversial new national curriculum to be announced today by the Education Secretary Michael Gove.

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Muslims stand in the prayer hall during Friday prayers in Baitul Futuh Mosque in south London. Channel 4 will broadcast the call to prayer live during Ramadan.

Channel 4 to 'provoke' viewers who associate Islam with terrorism with live call to prayer during Ramadan

The broadcaster will provide extensive coverage of the Muslim period of prayer to challenge those who associate the religion with extremism and terror

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The future of BBC's blockbuster nature shows such as Frozen Planet and Life under threat

Broadcaster risks losing flagship programs following claims major backer will not renew multi-million pound deal

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Channel 4 bosses get bigger bonuses despite £27m loss

Channel 4 paid increased bonuses to its bosses last year despite the state-owned broadcaster going £27 million into the red, its annual report reveals today.

James Lawton: Rugby World Cup legacy must be more bums on seats

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Google’s Sergey Brin described Glass as ‘wearable teach’

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Google has been touting Google Glass, its hotly-anticipated high-tech spectacles, as the future of mobile technology. Yet software developers were left wondering how, exactly, they would make money from the invention, after the internet search giant announced that it would not allow them to charge users for their apps.

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Channel 4 in talks to broadcast morning prayers during Ramadan

Channel 4 has announced a special series of programming to mark the month of Ramadan, which may include broadcasting morning prayers.

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