An award-winning look at a generation lost to heroin, as told through the tragic love story of Amy and Cornelius.
Wales is by no means a hotbed of baseball talent, but go far enough back in the sport's history and you'll find a trio of Welshmen who played in the major leagues. All three men have uniquely interesting stories, too.
One nightclub photographer caught a bizarre crime underway in the middle of a party.
With the commemoration of the birth of Our Lord coming up, we have decided to get to the bottom of what Christmas is all about – football clubs selling obscene amounts of merch.
In the final Premier League Preview of the week, we take an educated guess at which manager will be next for the chop.
In the first part of our Premier League Review, we look back on an absolutely mental game at the Liberty Stadium, and what it might mean for the man, the legend, Alan Pardew.
In the penultimate portion of our Premier League Review, we sing the praises of the sad, washed-up middle management types in charge of Sunderland, Swansea and Hull.
We explore the possibility that Manchester United are better off when Jose Mourinho watches from the stands.
In the first instalment of this week’s Premier League Review, we express a grudging admiration for the sort of tackle that saw Granit Xhaka sent off on Saturday.
If only he can just sew up the tears in the fabric of the back four, then we just might have a cohesive team on our hands.
In our second Premier League Preview of the week, we talk Bob Bradley, anti-American prejudice and the clown craze that is currently sweeping Britain. Trust us, it works.
Bob Bradley is already getting accustomed to the gossip wheel of the EPL and it is delicious.