ASDA shoppers have been snapping up a three-seater sofa worth £375 for a tenner in what appears to be a price glitch. The Edmund sofa comes in five different colours - but the prices range dramatically depending on which one you choose. The cream version will set you back a realistic £375 but the duck egg colour sofa costs just £10. In fact, the living room essential costs less than the delivery, which starts at £14.95. The supermarket's website also lists a charcoal grey version of the George sofa on sale for £14, the silver colour for £30 and pewter for £35. Shoppers who've spotted the bargain have ordered multiple sofas hoping to cash in on the unbelievable prices. The Sun reader Don, 31, from Lewisham, said he'd bought three of them after a friend alerted him to the deal. "My mate called me in hysterics about the deal," he said. "His mum has already bought six of them. "The real story is going to be whether they turn up or not." Asda is yet to confirm … [Read more...] about Asda shoppers spot ‘price glitch’ that reduces price of £375 three-seater sofa to £10
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Music students to Germany from abroad should be familiar with composers such as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Stockhausen. However, knowing modern Nigerian composers like Joshua Uzoigwe and Fela Sowande or the 16th-century Indian court musician Tansen is neither expected nor is their music taught in German music colleges. "For the entrance exams, you have to be familiar with Western European music; you can't apply as a specialist in African drum rhythms," Julia Gerlach from Berlin's Akademie der Künste cultural institute told Deutsche Welle. Watch video 04:13 Share Berlin, city of music, goes online Send Facebook Twitter reddit EMail Facebook Messenger Web Whatsapp Web Telegram linkedin Permalink https://p.dw.com/p/3rXHj Berlin, city of music, goes online Oxford plans to change curriculum The University of Oxford has recognized the lack of diversity in its curriculum. Recently, Britain's The Sunday … [Read more...] about Is classical music colonialist?
A MUM has hit back at strangers who shame her for breastfeeding her three-year-old son with people calling it "disgusting". But Naomi Winfield, 26, from Birmingham, says nursing her son Rio is a bonding experience, and that she will continue to do it until he starts school. Despite the cruel comments, the college student swears that the method helps the pair to bond and has kept the tot out of hospital when he's refused to eat solids. The mum-of-one said: "I've had more bad comments than good comments. People have told their kids not to look and said its disgusting. "A lot of people say he's too old and will be doing it forever. They say I'm selfish and doing it for me and I can't cope with the fact that my son is growing up. She said that one woman even told her husband to "not look" at her, while others say they "don't want to see that". "It's not a choice to still be breastfeeding, it's just happened this way. If he's upset or needs calming down, it's comforting … [Read more...] about People call me disgusting for breastfeeding my 3-year-old son – I nurse him 4 times a day & will until he starts school
AMANDA Seyfried continues to prove she is one of the more versatile actresses in Hollywood, the former Mamma Mia star shines in Netflix's latest horror/drama hybrid 'Things Heard and Seen'. The film packs a star-studded cast, with Little Women star James Norton and Stranger Things' Natalia Dyer joining Seyfried for the haunting thriller. What happened at the end of Things Heard and Seen? Many viewers were left slightly puzzled as they aimed to try and untangle the ending, but here it is explained. George (James Norton, Seyfried's on-screen husband) appears to have gotten away with murdering his work supervisor Floyd (F. Murray Abraham), after drowning him after Floyd discovered George had forged a letter of recommendation to get a teaching position at a highly sought after college. Floyd's death is ruled an accident, while George thinks of a plan to try and kill his wife: He drugs Catherine’s (Amanda Seyfried) protein drink with a sedative. She tries to escape … [Read more...] about Things Heard and Seen ending explained: What happens?
The Philippines is one of the deadliest countries for journalists in South East Asia. According to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), the country belongs to the five countries with highest impunity rates for crimes against journalists. Since President Rodrigo Duterte came to power in 2016, violence in the Philippines has increased dramatically. More than 5,000 people were killed in Duterte’s proclaimed war on drugs within the first two years of his presidency alone. President Duterte is also known for his hate towards the media, stating shortly after his inauguration that some of the many journalists killed in the country had deserved to die. Despite this environment and despite being under constant attack, Rappler, the first online-only news organization in the Philippines, became an internationally recognized and awardwinning media site. DW Akademie spoke to three of Rappler’s founding members, Chief Executive Officer Maria Ressa, Executive Editor Glenda Gloria and … [Read more...] about Credibility and independence