Day: June 17, 2015

Top gadgets for Father’s Day

By Steve Taggart If you are stuck for something to get dad for Father's Day and your old man fancies himself as a bit of a tech legend, then take a look at these cool gadgets. From all weather headphones to compact binoculars, there is sure to be a gift ...

Top ten women’s sunglasses for festivals

By Hannah Ross When it comes to festivals, sunglasses are probably at the bottom of your to-do list. However you never tend to go without a pair so they are definitely an essential. There are no rules on trends for festival sunglasses; everyone wears what they believe their faces suit; ...

Beer of the Week – Meantime London Lager

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Strength: 4.5% ABV Brewed: Greenwich, London Founded at the turn of the millennium in a small flat in Greenwich by Brew Master Alastair Hook and some like minded friends, Meantime has since become one of the leading breweries in the British Craft Beer revolution. ...

How Digital Games Become Educational

By Robert Sun In speaking before many groups of educators, in cities across the nation, I often hear that one of the biggest challenges facing schools today is how to consistently engage and motivate children to learn. Children, as we all know, are natural learners. But much of that instinctive ...

Eagles Of Death Metal Announce UK Tour Dates

Eagles Of Death Metal will tour the UK in October and November, including a show at The Forum, London. Can't wait until then? The band will be playing a headline show tonight at London’s KOKO. Eagles Of Death Metal UK Tour Dates October 31 - Beckett University - Leeds November 1 - UEA - ...

Travelodge: 30 Years in Numbers

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  Travelodge is a hotel chain synonymous with towns and cities across Britain. Booking a city break? Attending a wedding? Away on a business trip? Chances are that we have all stayed in one of their 521 hotels that span across England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Spain ...