DB684 – Doctor Who is found in Ethiopia, Cyclists Crash at Cycle Safety Junction, and President of the United States has Returned from Holiday

It be Monday…

Video isn’t on today,  so Kelli can’t perv over the video stream. However, we will be moving to a new video stream CDN, namely scaleengine.
We are launching a new service today called Pixel Pushers! It’s like a blog but not, it has an rss feed!

We play the scout magazine game, the number of advertisments inside is 8, much to Bens dismay (he guessed 10). We give Bear Grylls office a call and get an answer from the office of the Chief Executive of the scouts, who tells us that Bear doesn’t actually ever visit this office.

The part-time caretaker president of the United States has returned from holiday to find the country in shambles.

Cyclist fights for life after two riders in collision at revamped ‘safety’ junction in Cambridge. Some cyclists in Cambridge have been injured (but given medical treatment). They were passing through an intersection that has recently been done over and made more safe.

A group of dedicated Doctor Who fans tracked down at least 100 long-lost episodes of the show gathering dust more than 3,000 miles away in Ethiopia. It was feared the BBC ­programmes from the 1960s – featuring the first two doctors William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton – had vanished for all time after the Beeb flogged off a load of old footage.

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