Phone app to help cyclists report road problems designed by student
An English university student has designed a new bicycle light that helps cyclists report dangerous hot spots to councils, as Jim Drury reports.

British gaming firm enlists army of players to create Worlds Adrift
British game maker Bossa Studios releases Worlds Adrift, an ambitious adventure game designed that has taken three years and the up-front involvement of 50,000 gamers to create. Stuart McDill was at the launch.

'Star Wars arm' improving life for amputees
The LUKE prosthetic arm can read nerve signals from muscle left after an amputation. Angela Moore reports.

Guenon monkeys crossing species divide
Guenon monkeys in a Tanzanian national park are crossing the species divide to mate and produce hybrid offspring, according to a new study published in the International Journal of Primatology. Amy Pollock reports.

Aquatic moss that removes arsenic from water discovered
Researchers at Stockholm University have discovered an aquatic moss capable of quickly removing arsenic from contaminated water. Miles Addy reports.

Haunted by Don Quixote for 25 years, Gilliam finally gets his epic out
Terry Gilliam finally brought his epic "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" to the screen on Saturday (May 19), after a 25-year struggle to make a film afflicted by financial, legal and logistical obstacles, illness and death. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Palme d'Or winner Kore-eda says he knew film was special
Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda, whose film "Shoplifters" ("Manbiki Kazoku") won the Cannes Film Festival's top Palme d'Or prize on Saturday (May 19), said he realised his film had "something special" from the moment it was screened. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

Harry, Meghan depart Windsor Castle for evening reception
Prince Harry and his bride Meghan Markle depart Windsor Castle for an evening reception. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

'Goosebumps!' Fans elated at royal wedding glitz
Tens of thousands of people gather outside Windsor Castle to watch the glitzy wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Rosanna Philpott reports.

Expat Brits in NY cheer for the royal couple at viewing party
A rainy day in New York didn't keep people from celebrating Britain's glittering royal wedding. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). - RSS Channel - App Travel Section

The world's most exclusive hotels
From private Pacific islands to remote desert encampments, there's a special breed of hotels that cater to the most discerning and tasteful of luxury travelers.

For World Baking Day, the Pavlova challenge
Chef Christopher Thé of Sydney's Black Star Pastry shows us to make the perfect Pavlova -- which he calls the most Australian of all cakes.

Vintage posters celebrate 100 years of aviation
Sure, aviation can still be a lavish affair -- but it'll never be the same as when you could slide your window open and throw your French cigarette out the window.

The perfect islands where horses play in the surf
Mozambique's coastline stretches about 2,470 kilometers along the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, and most of its beaches remain in pristine condition without hordes of tourists or tacky boardwalks.

Tokyo's best wagyu burgers
Inspired by NYC burger stands, Henry's Burger combines vintage diner vibes with a modern Japanese experience. Video by Black Buddha

Chihuahua wins Cannes Palm Dog awards
The star Chihuahua rescued from a freezer in the film "Dogman" won top prize at an awards ceremony that celebrates the best Cannes canine. Rough cut (No reporter narration).

Forager teaches urbanites the secrets of sourcing food in the wild
Hayden Stebbins takes students into the woods to teach them the basics of foraging, a trend that is on the rise in urban centers across the United States. Elly Park reports.

No right answer in Yanny/Laurel debate, says doctor
"Yanny" or "Laurel"? The saga continues as the audio illusion that's gone viral has no right or wrong response, says NYU Langone Health professor Mario Svirsky. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

NY school gets girls into the groove with coding
An all-girl school in New York combines coding and dance to encourage students to take an interest in science and technology. Elly Park reports.

Barbie doll parts turn into jewelry
Artist Margaux Lange turns her love of Barbie into a living by making jewelry out of Barbie parts. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).