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July 2018
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Interested in learning a second language but don't know where to start? Develop the skills and strategies ahead of that weekend break to Marseille or summer Costa del Sol getaway, perhaps?
Interested in Greek myths? We've condensed the epic narrative of Homer's poems the Iliad and the Odyssey into two short award-winning animations voiced by Don Warrington.
Decide who should be primarily responsible for care in the scenarios presented in this interactive and discover the complexities of social work with advice on what can be done to help the callers.
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We are offering an exciting opportunity to participate in the pilot of a level 1 course, Making your learning count. It's an ideal way for you to start building a qualification that's unique to you.
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Broadcast on BBC Two
90 metres under London the most significant engineering challenge for a generation is nearing completion. This three-part series follows workers as they race to build the enormous tunnel on time.
Find out more or explore other fascinating BBC/OU programmes
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Taboo language in politics can resonate with the electorate if used in the right context. However, the consequences of getting it wrong are potentially career-ending. 
Broadcast on BBC Two
Take a guided tour around eight of London’s principal religious buildings in extraordinary detail. From the Wat Buddhapadipa Temple to St Paul's Cathedral.
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