Jonathan's book Wake Up, Sir! is finally being released in the UK.
"I think, deep down, you're a good person – whatever that means. But you are also careless and exhausting and a bit unstable."
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.
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.
Talking to protesters at Saturday's anti-TTIP march in central London.
Attempts at perpetual motion machines date back half a millennia, but John Collins thinks he's found the secret.