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|Retro Soul Radio London||R&B||UK|
|Scanner: VHF Marine Radio||Public||UK|
|Skyline Gold||60s,Soft Rock,Rock,Oldies,Easy,Country,Classic Rock,80s,70s||UK|
|BBC Hindi - Tees Minute||News Updates,Indian||UK|
|Absolute Classic Rock||Classic Rock||UK|
|Free Radio Herefordshire & Worcestershire||Pop,Top 40||UK|
|EKR - WDJ Retro||Rock,Adult Contemporary,Soft Rock||UK|
|Aberdeen Student Radio||Pop,Indie,College||UK|
|Hard House UK||Dance||UK|
|My Social Radio||Top 40||UK|
|80s And More||80s||UK|
|Jemm Two||Indie Rock||UK|
|Dance Music 24/7 - EHM Productions||90s,Dance,Electronica||UK|
|Hope FM 90.1||Christian Contemporary||UK|
|Phoenix Radio||Rock,Classic Rock||UK|
|Gold FM Radio||Rock,90s,80s,Adult Contemporary,Pop||UK|
|87.7 Black Cat Radio||Oldies,Pop||UK|
|The Bay Radio||Varied,Adult Contemporary||UK|
|Citybeat 96.7FM||Adult Contemporary||UK|
|BBC Hindi - Din Bhar||News Updates,Indian||UK|
|106 Jack FM Oxfordshire||Adult Contemporary||UK|
|Bradley Stoke Radio||Varied||UK|
|Energy FM Old School Classics||Dance||UK|
|Summer Time Radio||90s,Dance,Electronica||UK|
|Total Biker FM||Rock,Punk||UK|
|FRED Film Ch9 Romanian||Talk||UK|
|Polskie Radio Londyn||Pop||UK|
|Fresh Air Edinburgh||College||UK|
Located: North of Kendal Hospital Location Name: Hardware Store (Cambridge) Location Number: 7.05 -=====================- What's Here?: This is a ruined two-story corner store identifiable by the "Hardware" sign on the outside. A locked back storage room (Master) although there is a key you can find upstairs to unlock the door! Enemies?: None About -=====================- Hello Lawds, Thomas here, with a brand new Fallout 4 Series, so basically with the help of the Wasteland Survival Guide I will tirelessly go throughout the world of Fallout discovering all of these hidden gems that aren't marked on the map. Some have pretty neat items, such as: - Nuka Cola Quantums - Fusion Cores - Nuka Cherry - Power Armour - Ammo or Meds - All provide a nice feel to the game, whether it's an aban...
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What happens when MIT alumni lead a 5K? They add robots. The first annual 5K and Robot Race was put on by Vecna Cares, a non-profit organization run by MIT alum Deborah Theobald ’95, that offers hardware and software solutions to underserved areas and developing countries, providing technology, training, and support to health systems. Deborah started Vecna Cares in 2009 as a part of an initiative for global health, which was born out of community service projects through parent company, Vecna Technologies. The healthcare information technology and robotics company was started in 1998 by Deborah and husband Daniel Theobald ’95, SM ’98. Read the full article on Slice of MIT: http://bit.ly/1dIMkEH
Cambridge Travel Video - Few cities can take the breath away quite like Cambridge. It's not just its tightly packed core of exquisite architecture, or even the mind-boggling mass of brain power that has passed through its world-famous university, but also it's the sensation of drowning in history, tradition and quirky ritual that only seems to deepen the more you discover. But so too there is plentiful opportunity to come up for air, relaxing in the manicured college gardens, punting along the beautiful river 'backs' and roaming the lush water meadows that run out of the city. And of course Cambridge is no mere repository of history and charm, it is very much a living city; its narrow streets are alive with the click and whirr of cyclists. The river is clogged with red-faced rowers, drift...
Create your own video on http://studio.stupeflix.com/?w=1 ! King's College Chapel, seen from The Backs. Arms of Cambridge City Council. Map of the Cambridgeshire area (1904). Trinity Street, St John's Street and the Main Gate of St John's College with the tower of the college's chapel looming in the background. Great St Mary's Church marks the centre of Cambridge, whilst the Senate House on the left is the centre of the University. Gonville and Caius College is in the background. The front of Cambridge Station. Punting on the Cam river is a popular recreation in Cambridge. The MRC Building, one of Cambridge's many research facilities. Trinity Street. Kings Parade. Silver Street. Quayside.
England Travel Video Guide: a road trip to Stonehenge, Oxford, the Costswolds, Stratford and Cambridge. Pic by Giuseppe (www.pixael.com) _____ Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE http://bit.ly/veruyou ♥ PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE! ♥ ☁️ Find me elsewhere & lets be friends! B L O G http://www.lacuochinasopraffina.com F A C E B O O K https://www.facebook.com/La.Cuochina.... T W I T T E R http://www.twitter.com/lacuochina I N S T A G R A M https://instagram.com/verucuochina/ S N A P C H A T : verucuochina
Watch more How to Visit Boston videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511291-Visiting-Cambridge-Boston-Travel Learn how to visit Cambridge, a beautiful city just outside downtown Boston, in this Howcast travel video. You'll learn how to get there using mass transit and what not to miss during your time there, like Harvard Square, the American Repertory Theater, and the Museum of Science. There's plenty to do and see so make sure you allow yourself a full day or more to explore. Just over the Charles River from Boston Proper is the city of Cambridge, part of Greater Boston. Cambridge is most popular for its two large universities -- Harvard and MIT. Cambridge is a slightly less buttoned-up city, compared to Boston, and it's a cool, diverse, quirky cultural spot filled with bookstores, smal...
http://worldlifilm.com | I visited Cambridge, England on a gig shooting at a conference for George Soros' Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET). It was a dream job, as I got paid to shoot a high-level conference in the VJ-style I specialize in. I also got to travel around England and shoot some travel videos! This is the first travel film I have ever shot completely on a Flip Mino HD. I love it because it is very easy to shoot with, and I can carry it anywhere without having to bring a backpack or worry about my big camera. However, the audio sucks and the images leave a little to be desired. But then again, I shot this video in the first hour I was there - I most likely wouldn't have shot anything if I had to bring out the big camera. So it's a tradeoff. Let me know what...