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Amelia D'Screte teaches us about where words come from.
I tēnei ata Amelia chats about banned books, from the flirtatious French to straight up anti-LGBTQIA+ discrimination. Whakarongo mai to learn all about the history and present of hectic censorship.
Amelia's here and i tēnei rā she brings us part II of "Why English Spelling Sux." Whakarongo mai!
Amelia D'Screte is back giving us a very special Part II of the history on conlangs! Today we delve into marvelous modern conlangs from Star Trek to Game of Thrones. Whakarongo mai!
Amelia's in studio and today she's telling us all about conlangs! Brace yourself for a wild ride involving angels, mathletes and J. R. R. Tolkien. Whakarongo mai!
I tēnei ata, Amelia D'Screte is talking Mount Weasels. What in the flaming heck is that? Whakarongo mai nei to find out.
Amelia D'Screte is in studio talking extinct words! From hodads to growlerys, joblers to brabbles, whakarongo mai for some old school schooling.
Amelia D'Screte is here with the ample knowledge beholden only to the best wordsmiths. Today it's time shove dusty old Latin into the corner to make way for english words with Polynesian roots!
Today Amelia D'Screte is in studio and chatting to Rachel and Zoë all about "eggcorns." What's that, you ask? Tune in to find out more.
This week on 'Word Salad' Amelia brings us "Mondegreens", or commonly misheard lyrics and poetry (see: "scuse me while I kiss this guy"). Tune in to learn more and hear the utterly batshit mondegreens sent in from the bFM listeners.
This week we're going through the hello's and goodbye's, where did they come from? What do they mean? Luckily, Amelia is here to guide us.
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