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Science Editor — Channel 4 News
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Science Editor at Channel 4 News; recovering entomologist; Kentish Towner

Is inactivity more lethal than obesity? - video

channel4.com — New research shows that even as little as a brisk 20-minute walk a day can transform your life expectancy - and exercise trumps diet in cutting death rates. Does Jon Snow agree?

How did milk become cheaper than bottled water? - video

channel4.com — A global glut of milk has caused a crash in prices. It is now cheaper than bottled water. Dairy farmers say they can no longer compete and fear they'll be driven out of business, reports Tom Clarke.

Are some people born to be fat? - video

channel4.com — Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed. A pregnant mother's diet could result in a predisposition to obesity in later life, according to a new trial. What does this mean for how we treat overweight people?

Franklin Templeton Shootout Preview

golf-monthly.co.uk — It's the last PGA Tour event of the calendar year this week. 24 players head to Tiburon Golf Club in Florida for the Franklin Templeton Shootout. Harris English and Matt Kuchar are the defending champions. Lowdown: It's the last PGA Tour event of the calendar year this week.

Piecing together the Virgin Galactic crash

channel4.com — An investigation into the crash of the Virgin Galactic spacecraft - killing one of the pilots - has found that a safety device was deployed too early. Tom Clarke reports.

Ebola survivors shunned by communities in fear

channel4.com — Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed. The overwhelming joy of Ebola survivors is being undermined by the stigma they face in the communities they return to. Science Editor Tom Clarke reports from Sierra Leone on the cruelty of Ebola.

On the Ebola frontline in Sierra Leone

channel4.com — The first thing that strikes you about the Crab Town settlement clinging to the shores of Freetown is how Ebola hasn't spread through it faster. It's a sprawling neighbourhood of one-room shacks and half-built concrete homes. Alleyways barely more than shoulder-width apart lead between them.

Adate, aged 10 - orphaned by Ebola, abandoned by neighbours

channel4.com — Adate, a young boy from Freetown, Sierra Leone, has lost his mother, his father and his sister to Ebola in the past week. Now neighbours shun him, fearing he also carries the virus.

Educating west Africa on spread of Ebola - video

channel4.com — Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed. Guinea President Alpha Condé tells Channel 4 News that people in west Africa do not understand why they cannot touch one another or bury their dead.

Titleist 915 drivers: first-look images

golf-monthly.co.uk — Two new Titleist 915 drivers - the 915 D2 and the 915 D3 - have been introduced, following on from the launch of the 913 drivers some two years ago. The Titleist 915 D2 has a 460cc head, designed to offer more forgiveness, while the Titleist 915 D3 is a more workable 440cc model.
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Jan 28, 2015

@WillN_BG such a good line i'm going to borrow it for my piece. Hope you don't mind!

Jan 28, 2015

RT @vickypope2: @TomClarkeC4 it's great to see evidence of beavers on local river Otter. Looking forward to programme 7pm. @DevonWildlife @Jonathan__Leake

Jan 28, 2015

Latest from the riverbank: Natural England allows Devon's beavers to remain in the wild. Still seeking reaction from beaver... More at 7.

Jan 28, 2015

The future of Devon's Beavers hangs is the balance. We're live at 7. Will England's only wild beavers be free? http://t.co/Spftx3uW00

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