We’ve had parental controls for internet use and television – now parents will be able to control their children’s driving. A new system allows car owners to programme a special key that can limit a car’s top speed and ensures that seatbelts are worn. So will it make young drivers any safer? Sky’s Science Correspondent Thomas Moore reports.
Two workers have been taken to hospital in Japan after being exposed to radiation levels 10000 times the safe limit. The country’s Prime Minister has apologised for the severe damage caused by the nuclear accident. But, he says there’s still no cause for optimism. Sky’s Frazer Maude reports.
James Blake has been announced in 2nd place for the Sound of 2011. London producer James Blake sails into Sound Of 2011’s 2nd spot at the forefront of the emerging post-dubstep sub genre of UK club music. The Deptford based artist started singing and studying piano at the age of six, a tutorage which eventually led to Blake’s attendance of Goldsmiths University to study Popular Music. Early listening came in the form of his parent’s classical and jazz collections, in addition to US