Our presenters Ashlie and Stephen are on a mission to find the perfect birthday present for their mum in London’s Camden Market. Our reporter Carmen looks at the origins of punk, its influence on British fashion and how it’s evolving in the 21st century.Ashlie and Stephen go on a trip to Wales, where they decide to relax in very different ways.Hence the afternoon-evening of Horizon dating (I’m sure this will change). We were divided into 4 groups using colour wrist bands, then did some rough speed dating (I say rough because it there was no real flow, no direction and we were kind of left to get on with it, with the occasional call to change). Hannah seemed confident it might actually work beyond this stage.There was another test but to be honest, I got pulled away to do some stuff in a back room to the waiting camera about online dating.I trust BBC Horizon have done everybody proud but he’s my view on what happened that afternoon in central London.I’m writing this the morning after the BBC Horizon dating experiment in central London (Sunday 13th September 2015).
The carnival is organised and led by Caribbean immigrants who settled in the area in the 1950s.
Channel 4’s brand new programme, which sees singletons choose potential dates based on their nude body parts, left many viewers with their jaws on the floor when it aired on Monday night.
But despite the fact that the show left some people ‘shocked’, an impressive amount actually tuned in to get a first look at the controversial programme.
I heard Xander is going on 3 dates today (day after the experiment).
With the algorithm, she (Hannah) needed a large pool of people to match him with but also she wanted to see if it worked for other people. The results were actually quite good and seemed to go with the algorithm and the priming of what were somewhat told.