Sunday, 10 November 2013

BBC Statistics Teaching Examples

BBC News - Viewpoint: We should stop running away from radiation
BBC News - Breast cancer drug tamoxifen recommended for 'high risk' women
BBC News - Science puts wrinkled fingers to the test
BBC News - Would more guns save more American lives?
BBC News - Diet drinks' 'link to depression' questioned
BBC News - The girls stolen from the streets of India
BBC News - Most overcrowded train services: Figures reveal top 10
BBC News - Are you never more than 6ft away from a rat?
BBC News - Ready meals 'healthier' than TV chefs' fare
BBC News - Lowering student numbers 'costs economy billions'
BBC News - Does chocolate make you clever?
BBC News - North Sea cod: Is it true there are only 100 left?
BBC News - How unrealistic is murder on television?
BBC News - Census: Maps show migration trends
BBC News - Malware inserted on PC production lines, says study
BBC - Newsbeat - Eddie Murphy named most 'overpaid' actor by Forbes
BBC News - Smartphone users 'risking health' with overuse of devices
BBC News - Male tea drinkers 'at greater risk of prostate cancer'
BBC News - Census 2011: Second addresses mapped
BBC News - L'Aquila quake: Italy scientists guilty of manslaughter
BBC Sport - Price of Football: Survey of 166 British clubs revealed
BBC News - Do Ceredigion people have the most second homes?
BBC News - Laundry drying 'a risk to health'
BBC News - Denmark to abolish tax on high-fat foods
BBC News - Drew Linzer: The stats man who predicted Obama's win
BBC News - Can three minutes of exercise a week help make you fit?
BBC News - China: The world's cleverest country?
BBC News - Curry's ability to fight cancer put to the test
BBC News - Massive rise in Asian eye damage
BBC News - Biodiversity loss: How accurate are the numbers?
BBC News - Phone data shows romance 'driven by women'
BBC News - Breast cancer rules rewritten in 'landmark' study
BBC News - Scientists say drinking beer will not lead to beer belly
BBC News - Do referees favour big football teams?
BBC Sport - Big clubs receive ref advantage - Man City's Patrick Vieira
BBC News - People's showering habits revealed in survey
BBC News - Defying the odds of medicine
BBC News - Top economists reveal their graphs of 2011
BBC News - Do the dead outnumber the living?
BBC News - Go Figure: When was the real baby boom?
BBC News - Go Figure: Why does every person need 200kg of steel a year?
BBC News - The reality of adapting to uncertain climate forecasts
BBC News - A Point of View: Beware of experts
BBC News - Searching for the most expensive train journey
BBC News - Skyscrapers 'linked with impending financial crashes'
BBC News - Every death on every road in Great Britain 1999-2010
BBC News - Go Figure: Are country roads more dangerous than city roads?
BBC News - Remembrance Day: Where they fell
BBC News - Youth dropout blackspots revealed in a new report
BBC News - Go Figure: The doom and gloom calculator
BBC News - 'Thousands of children' sexually exploited by gangs
BBC News - Trees 'boost African crop yields and food security'
BBC News - Church HIV prayer cure claims 'cause three deaths'
BBC News - A Point of View: Churchill, chance and the 'black dog'
BBC News - Global warming 'confirmed' by independent study
BBC News - England rioters 'poorer, younger, less educated'
BBC News - Police 'confession' crime detection rates revealed
BBC News - School odds stacked against summer babies, says IFS
BBC News - English-style diet 'could save 4,000' in rest of UK
BBC News - London 2012: Will the Olympics bring more prostitutes?
BBC News - Manchester named as UK's biggest piracy city in study
BBC News - UK attitudes on immigration and welfare 'toughening'
BBC News - London, France's sixth biggest city
BBC - Podcasts - More or Less: Behind the Stats
BBC News - What are the chances of meeting your boss on holiday?
BBC News - The Streisand Effect: When censorship backfires
BBC News - Inseparable twin friars die hours apart, age 92
BBC News - A Point of View: Does more information mean we know less?
BBC News - Oxford University: PM incorrect on black student intake
BBC News - A fair chance of a place at Oxford?
BBC - Newsbeat - Men 'worried' about heavy internet porn use
BBC News - 9/11 conspiracy theories: How they've evolved
BBC News - Supercomputer predicts revolution
BBC News - Finding truth and beauty in data
BBC News - Facebook connections map the world
BBC News - Research suggests diet drinks can trigger weight gain
BBC News - Treadmill shows medieval armour influenced battles
BBC News - Newsnight - The faith healers who claim they can cure cancer
BBC News - Newsnight - BBC cameraman attacked by faith healer's husband
BBC News - Analysis: The riots data so far
BBC News - NHS death rates better - but some trusts still too high
BBC News - Index finger length prostate cancer clue
BBC News - Global warming since 1995 'now significant'
BBC News - Why are athletes wearing coloured tape?
BBC News - Breast cancer surgery women 'risk more operations'
BBC News - Census 2011: Five lesser-spotted things in the data
BBC News - Do those who retire early live longer?
BBC News - English language 'originated in Turkey'
BBC News - BitTorrent study finds most file-sharers are monitored
BBC News - Infection risk posed by cats revealed
BBC News - Caring for family 'top moral issue for young'
BBC News - Is zero an even number?
BBC News - Sleep: Weird things people do in their sleep
BBC News - Underemployment affects 10.5% of UK workforce
BBC News - Floods in UK: Is this November unusually wet?
BBC News - Myth-busting the Christmas adverts
BBC News - Fergie time: Does it really exist?
BBC News - Do men and women experience flu differently?
BBC News - Royal baby: What are the odds of twins?
BBC News - How tall can a Lego tower get?
BBC News - The truth behind UK migration figures
BBC News - Gamma-ray burst 'hit Earth in 8th Century'
BBC News - Childhood asthma 'admissions down' after smoking ban
BBC News - UK suicide rate rises 'significantly' in 2011
BBC News - Cats killing billions of animals in the US
BBC News - Cancer fight 'hampered in UK by stiff upper lip'
BBC News - BMI: Does the Body Mass Index need fixing?
BBC - Newsbeat - Warning about harming career prospects on social media
BBC News - Horsemeat scandal: Tesco blames supplier over horsemeat in value burgers
BBC News - Horsemeat scandal: Horsemeat in burgers came from Poland, says FSA
BBC News - Wards dangerously understaffed, say nurses in survey
BBC Radio 4 - In Our Time, Popper
BBC - Radio 4 - In Our Time - Archive by Genre: Science - page 1
BBC - Podcasts and Downloads - In Our Time Archive: Science
BBC - Podcasts and Downloads - In Our Time Archive: Philosophy
BBC News - White House posts Obama shooting picture on Flickr
BBC News - Has London's congestion charge worked?
BBC News - Iraq: The Spies Who Fooled the World
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BBC News - Sir Alex Ferguson's Man United: Wins and losses
BBC News - North-south divide among silver surfers, says Age UK
BBC News - Mapping children's chances
BBC News - Why do so many Americans live in mobile homes?
BBC News - UK Peace Index highlights rate of fall in violent crime
BBC News - Why do so many Americans live in mobile homes?
BBC News - US rice imports 'contain harmful levels of lead'
BBC News - The man who was close to both the Boston and Texas explosions
BBC News - Broccoli slows arthritis, researchers think
BBC News - Sir Bruce Keogh: 'Leeds submitted bad data'
BBC News - Amanda Knox and bad maths in court
BBC News - Stafford Hospital: Five more hospitals to be investigated
BBC News - Mislabelled fish slip into Europe's menus
BBC News - Does chocolate give you spots?
BBC News - London tops university crime risk rankings
BBC News - Black teens more likely than whites to apply to university
BBC News - Heroin and crack use falling says National Treatment Agency
BBC News - Testicle size 'link to father role'
BBC News - British Social Attitudes Report finds softening attitudes to benefits
BBC News - Almost a quarter of men admit to rape in parts of Asia
BBC News - Testicle size 'link to father role'
BBC News - A&E cash linked to staff flu jabs
BBC News - Womb cancer link to diet, exercise and possibly coffee
BBC News - Violence against women worldwide is 'epidemic'
BBC News - What KPMG ignored when arguing for HS2
BBC News - A&E cash linked to staff flu jabs
BBC News - Five years after Lehman, all tickety-boo?
BBC News - GSK: In or out of China?
BBC News - Is Great Britain really a 'small island'?
BBC News - Italy's Casanovas hit where it hurts
BBC News - Health kick 'reverses cell ageing'
BBC News - Is it too early to put the central heating on?
BBC News - Daniel Pelka murder: Mother and partner given life
BBC News - Daniel Pelka: Serious case review finds 'missed opportunities'
BBC News - The 300-year-old fertility statistics still in use today
BBC News - Germany in figures
BBC News - London 2012 athletes 'had bad teeth'
BBC - Newsbeat - Quarter of young British people 'do not trust Muslims'
BBC News - Why does the human brain create false memories?
BBC News - IPCC climate report: humans 'dominant cause' of warming
BBC News - UN climate report: Key findings
BBC News - Mystery AD1257 eruption traced to Lombok, Indonesia
BBC News - Sophia Parslow's parents bid for window blind cords ban
BBC News - Mid-life stress 'precedes dementia'
BBC News - Why does the human brain create false memories?
BBC News - War on illegal drugs failing, medical researchers warn
BBC News - Breast cancer 'research gap' warning
BBC News - How British is Britain?
BBC News - Exercise 'can be as good as pills'
BBC News - Mystery AD1257 eruption traced to Lombok, Indonesia
BBC News - How many redheads are there in the world?
BBC News - Mid-life stress 'precedes dementia'
BBC News - Breast cancer 'research gap' warning
BBC News - How many redheads are there in the world?
BBC News - Poverty 'linked to breast cancer deaths'
BBC News - Aircraft noise 'link' to stroke and heart disease deaths
BBC News - Do you really need to drink eight cups of water a day?
BBC News - HS2 'losers' revealed after report omitted figures
BBC News - Saturated fat heart disease 'myth'
BBC News - Do you know your 'good' fat from your 'bad' fat?
BBC News - The Waitrose snobbery/property price index
BBC News - What has Movember done for men's health?
BBC News - Big storms compared: 1987 and 2013
BBC News - Recent immigrants to UK 'make net contribution'
BBC News - Prostate cancer aggression test 'may avoid needless ops'
BBC News - The growth of global immunisation
BBC News - Calorie burner: How much better is standing up than sitting?
BBC News - Jobless youth are 'public health time bomb', says WHO
BBC News - Five storms that shaped history
BBC News - Housework 'not strenuous enough' for exercise targets
BBC News - The new middle class revolution: Facts and figures
BBC News - Does a child die of hunger every 10 seconds?
BBC News - Double treble: What's the chance of having three sets of twins?
BBC News - America's military suicide rate explained

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