Brexit or Fixit: Can We Trust the Polls?

Professor John Curtice is a renowned UK poll expert who has commented on UK elections for decades. In this programme he explains what a poll actually is, before commenting on how we can analyse contemporary polls on the EU referendum.

// Jun. 10, 2016 - 22:04 GMT

Uncharted Territory: Beyond Today’s Gaming Hits

The top entries on the list of this years game releases are extremely expensive, with budgets running way beyond those of an average Hollywood movie. In return, the developers of the games such as Uncharted 4, promise (and deliver) the highest level of realism players can imagine. </p>

// Jun. 03, 2016 - 17:06 GMT

The Grand Theft Auto Phenomenon

Its been known to gamers for more than a decade and hasnt stopped surprising the world with its growing popularity. Despite its controversial content the Grand Theft Auto series has become the most financially successful video game in history. </p>

// Jun. 02, 2016 - 23:46 GMT

Brexit or Fixit: Are We Back to the Knocking the Migrants?

The economic argument in favour of Brexit seems to be in trouble, as the IMF, OECD, Barack Obama, and leaders of the British establishment disapprove of Britain leaving. So Brexit campaigners have returned to the migrant issue, where they know they can tap into a bedrock of emotional, semi-patriotic feelings.

// Jun. 02, 2016 - 22:55 GMT

The Birth of the Online Universe

In the beginningthere were mammoth, pre-historic computers, connected to each other with heavy cables, and engineers, tired of performing boring calculations, decided to write a simple game code. Years passed, PCs became faster and smaller, and users started connecting their machines together, forming online communities to chat and play games. </p>

// Jun. 01, 2016 - 20:27 GMT

Games From Behind the Iron Curtain

Besides its talented mathematicians and physicians, the former USSR has always been famous for producing computer engineers and programmers people who wrote the software and helped develop the electronic components for modern PCs. </p>

// May. 31, 2016 - 20:21 GMT

The Beginning of the Odyssey

Even though video games began their development in the 1940s, it wasnt until 1972 that the first widely available commercial gaming console appeared on the market. It was nothing like the games players are used to nowadays it had almost no graphics and absolutely no sound effects. Nevertheless, it turned out to be huge success. </p>

// May. 30, 2016 - 23:08 GMT

Brexit or Fixit: Is It Just About Personalities?

As we come down to the final few weeks of the referendum campaign, it is becoming apparent that many people still do not understand the basic arguments for and against remaining in the EU, and may vote according to what their favourite personality says, rather than the issues.

// May. 27, 2016 - 21:07 GMT

Ghost Town Chronicles

Its population was young 26 years old was the average age. There were 20 schools, 25 stores and 10 gyms in the Ukrainian soviet town of Pripyat in 1986, making it a comfortable and prestigious place to live. And all of that ended tragically for local residents after Level 7 Event the Chernobyl nuclear Power plant disaster. </p>

// May. 18, 2016 - 19:52 GMT

The Liquidators

They had no radiation suits, no dosimeters and no respirators. Local firefighters, engineers, police officers, soldiers and ambulance staff were the first to arrive at the burning Chernobyl Nuclear power plant, risking their lives in an attempt to save the population of nearby sleeping towns from an even bigger disaster.

// May. 17, 2016 - 19:17 GMT