by Pamela Fox
Pamela tells the fascinating story of how our words have reached us from various etymological roots.
“The Joys of Joyce: ‘he would wipe alley english spooker, multaphoniaksically spuking, off the face of the erse'”
My mum and I (or is it me?)
The Pupusa....The Papoose....The Poo Poo what?
"The Bridges of Budapest and the History of English Language Teaching
Astronaut vs Apocalypse Food
The counterintuitive nature of cycle safety - Doug Arnold
Shut the F*** Up
Danese Cooper: From "Interwhat?" to Open Everything