Jonathan's book Wake Up, Sir! is finally being released in the UK.
A recent report suggested there were 33,000 protected animals – or animal bits – for sale on the internet, so I tried to get my hands on one.
We spoke to the guys behind the HG Facebook page to find out.
I went to see the new horror movie in London to work out the answer.
I talked to the police, a local council and some graffiti writers in a bid to find out.
I spoke to Duane Hopkins about his upcoming film Bypass, which deals with that very issue.
And, according to the speakers, that I should give money to their weird church.
The creators reckon they've made a substance that can get your impaired memory back to normal.
And one man who's not at all happy about the arrival of "wholly uncool" Arabs into Knightsbridge.
It's hard to throw a warehouse party when you've got residents of luxury flats filing noise complaints.
Activists weren't given permission to prosecute two international arms companies.
Attempts at perpetual motion machines date back half a millennia, but John Collins thinks he's found the secret.