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Watch: Moonbyul shares trailer for ‘Moon’ online show

Watch: Moonbyul shares trailer for ‘Moon’ online show

Entertainment
May 21 (UPI) -- South Korean singer Moonbyul is gearing up for her upcoming online show. The 27-year-old K-pop star, a member of the girl group Mamamoo, shared a trailer Thursday for her 1st Ontact Live show. The teaser shows footage of Moonbyul on the set of a photoshoot and images of a solar eclipse. 1st Ontact Live will take place Saturday on Mamamoo's Naver and V Live. The show is a "global video chat fansign" event. 1st Ontact Live is in support of Moonbyul's forthcoming album, Moon. The album is a repackaged version of the singer's solo EP, Dark Side of the Moon, released in February. Moon is slated for release May 29. Moonbyul came to fame with Mamamoo, which also consists of Solar, Wheein and Hwasa. The group released its second studio album, Reality in Black, in November. ...
Tests show heating is the best way to disinfect N95 masks for reuse

Tests show heating is the best way to disinfect N95 masks for reuse

Science
May 5 (UPI) -- Test results suggest N95 masks can be safely disinfected through heating 50 times before their filtration efficiency begins to decline. With N95 masks still in short supply in many parts of the country. Doctors, nurses and other professionals on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic have been forced to reuse their masks. N95 masks feature a fine webbing of "meltblown" polypropylene fibers. The porous material is breathable but capable of capturing 95 percent of particles. Electrostatically charged fibers help wrangle those particles that slip through the pores. Recommendations from the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention suggest heating, ultraviolet radiation and bleach can all be used to disinfect N95 masks. However, when scientists at Stanford University a...
Brassic: ‘Peter Kay’s a fan – it would be great to get him in the show’

Brassic: ‘Peter Kay’s a fan – it would be great to get him in the show’

Entertainment
Brassic writer Danny Brocklehurst has told Sky News he would love Peter Kay to play a part in the show.The comedy series, which returns this week and has a third season already in the works, was a huge hit when it launched on Sky in 2019. Co-created with star Joe Gilgun, Brassic follows the exploits of a gang of mates who are on the rob in the fictitious rural Lancashire town of Hawley - balancing the laughs with tackling serious issues such as mental health, alcoholism and sexual harassment. Image: Writer Danny Brocklehurst won a BAFTA for his work on hit comedy Shameless Image: The series is based on semi-autobiographical stories from star Joe Gilgun. Pic: Sky UK Following th...
‘The Daily Show with Trevor Noah’ expanding to 45 minutes nightly

‘The Daily Show with Trevor Noah’ expanding to 45 minutes nightly

Entertainment
April 27 (UPI) -- Comedy Central announced The Daily Show with Trevor Noah would extend episodes from 30 minutes to 45 beginning Monday. The show will air Mondays through Thursdays from 11 to 11:45 p.m. Trevor Noah has hosted The Daily Show remotely from his home in New York while practicing social distancing, under Gov. Andrew Cuomo's stay-at-home orders. He has dubbed the show The Daily Social Distancing Show and incorporated his slate of correspondents via video chat. The Daily Social Distancing Show featured the first late night interviews given by Cuomo and Dr. Anthony Fauci. Other guests of the remote show included Bill Gates, Stephen Curry, Babyface and Teddy Riley, Jennifer Garner and Govs. Gavin Newsom, Phil Murphy and Gretchen Whitmer. Noah has also suggested viewers donate to ...
How UK’s biggest radio show now comes from home

How UK’s biggest radio show now comes from home

Entertainment
You wouldn't normally hear a tractor driving past or birds tweeting in the background of Ken Bruce's BBC Radio 2 show.But, if you listen closely, those are just a few sounds you might be able to pick up on now the presenter is broadcasting from his Oxfordshire home."I do live in dread of the binmen arriving or the Royal Air Force flying over in extremely noisy Chinooks as they do sometimes," Bruce laughs. "But so far it's been fine."Bruce's mid-morning show on Radio 2 - which he has hosted continuously since 1992, following an earlier stint in the 1980s - is particularly popular at the moment as more listeners turn to the radio while confined to their homes."At a time like this, people want to hear the news, but they don't want i...