Welcome to the 48th volume of WizeWorld, our weekly collection of handpicked stories and sounds to help bolster your sense of wizdom and curiosity. This week we’re taking a look factors that can effect future generations.
- The UK government aiming to curb sugar advertisements aimed at children.
- An interview with North Vancouver mountain biker, Michelle Pittam
- A mix of hot tempo, high energy hip hop.
- A new sustainable line of high fashion from Iris Van Herpen.
The UK government has decided to ban the airing of advertisements for sweets and other sugary food and drink before 9pm, as to prevent large numbers of children from viewing unhealthy advertisements.
North Vancouver mountain biker, Michelle Pittam sits down for an interview detailing her relation to those athletes who both came before her, and paved the way for her ambitions.
WizeRadio's playlist is curated by RhyRhy this week. It's a compilation of up-tempo rap music with knocking rhythms, perfect for gyration and vibration.
Fashion designer Iris Van Herpen is rolling out a new line of clothing, turning recycled plastic waste into high fashion structure.
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