London Under the Caliphate
Islamic fundamentalist Anjem Choudary takes us on a tour of London, showing us what life would be like if the UK were ruled by Sharia law. Along the way, there is a run in with London Mayor, Boris Johnson.
Our verdict on last night's big "I'm honestly not a cyborg" competition.
I talked to the guys behind "Britain Furst" about their latest attempt to wind everybody up, meeting fascists and getting death threats.
Cheap beer enthusiasts, people who want to buy a house, people who love the Battle of Agincourt – they were all pandered to in the Chancellor's last big economic statement before the election.
Dr Taj Hargey is a hardcore fundamentalist, in that he only follows the teachings of the Qur'an, and none of the other footnotes beloved of modern clerics.
Which one seemed most like a conspiracy theorist, who got the most laughs and who pushed their "man of the people" credentials the hardest – who won on their big night?
No matter what happened in the world, his routine would stay the same.
The internet can be a confusing and evil place.
His Labour Party Conference speech didn't seem particularly convincing.
John Goodman's screwball comedy is pure fucking evil.
It's racist and treats its audience with contempt.
The depressing thing is that the reality is even worse than their assessment.
Clips were premiered at Comic-Con.
A caliphate worse than death.
Our pop stars are more right wing than they'd like you to think.