World whistlers make sweet music

Competitors young and old pucker up for international whistling championship.

    Whistling is easy: "You just put your lips together and blow," Lauren Bacall told Humphrey Bogart in the 1940s film "To Have and Have Not".

    But for some people whistling is a much more serious business.

    John Terrett reports from Louisburg, in the US state of North Carolina, on the 38th International Whistlers Convention.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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