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Food intolerances are ruining things for people with allergies
August 12, 2016
We all know someone who doesn't eat something. Often, it's not because they're deathly allergic, and in the opinion of medical geographer Susan Elliott - that's ruining things for the people who do have allergies.
Hunter S. Thompson's widow returns elk antlers he stole from Ernest Hemingway 52 years ago
August 17, 2016
Thompson stole them from Hemingway's home in Ketchum, Idaho in 1964. And his widow says he always intended to return them. Anita Thompson recently decided enough was enough -- she packed the antlers in her Prius and gave them back.
Shad says goodbye: 'It's been an absolute honour and a pleasure'
August 16, 2016
Shad opens his final show with a special message to the q audience.
Should the Olympic Games have a permanent venue?
Despite some headaches, The Rio 2016 Olympic Games appear to be a success so far. But what will happen when the world moves on? Will Rio be dotted with abandoned venues like in Athens? Maybe it's time for a permanent Olympic Games site?
Learning from the land, science camps and Cree constellations
August 14, 2016
It's hard to unhook from technology but one university is trying to teach just that. Take a step out of the classroom and walk into the wilderness. Learning from the land on Unreserved.