surinenglish

11:08

Pigs and machines

The number of donors is unlikely to increase; the future lies in the transplant of transgenic and artificial hearts

I. IBÁÑEZ

11:07

the night sky

Orion the hunter

Of all the constellations in the night sky, Orion has got to be the one of the most famous and easiest to recognise

Ken Campbell

11:05

Opening up our hearts

In Spain 8,000 hearts have been transplanted since 1984, when Dr Caralps repeated the success of Christiaan Barnard, who performed the first operation of this type 50 years ago

ISABEL IBÁÑEZ

11:01

Safe to prune

There's always something that needs doing in the garden and now that the colder weather is here it's safe to cut back acers, vines and mid to late-summer flowering clematis without them 'bleeding' excessively

Denise Bush

11:00

The balloon plant

A food source for the Monarch butterfly, the balloon plant has small white blooms and eye catching round, yellow seed pods

10:57

The gypsy Fred Astaire of flamenco

The flamboyant flamenco dancer has delighted audiences around the world for over 60 years

José Losada - El Carrete, dancer and choregrapher Tony Bryant

12:07

A piece of Finland in the sun

Fuengirola is home to the second largest community of Finns outside Finland in the world, after Sweden. They started to arrive in the 1970s and now number over five thousand. This week they celebrated the centenary of their country's independence

Susana Zamora