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The Olympic torch: truths & myths of torch traditions

The 2012 Olympic torch reached its final destination to light the Olympic Cauldron after millions celebrated its journey on its 70 day torch relay. Dr Aarón Alzola Romero has written about the truth and myths of the torch tradition, including … Continue reading

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Julius Caesar on OpenLearn: exclusive video on the making of the BBC film

BBC Four recently showed the OU/BBC film production of Julius Caesar.  OpenLearn has an exclusive video about the making of the film: http://www.open.edu/openlearn/history-the-arts/culture/literature-and-creative-writing/literature/julius-caesar-exclusive-video Julius Caesar on stage and page: The histories of people reading, performing and witnessing Julius Caesar are … Continue reading

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OpenLearn wins cutting edge award for Ancient Olympics

A learning unit about the Ancient Olympics hosted on The Open University’s free educational resource website OpenLearn has been recognised internationally with an Award for OpenCourseWare Excellence. One of five global winners in the multimedia category, the award for Ancient … Continue reading

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