I Make £10k a Week Selling Rare Trainers, But Only Own Five Pairs Myself
If you've got the money, Joe Franklin can hook you up with ultra-rare sneakers, just like he has for AJ Tracey, Dizzee Rascal and Ms Banks.
Why People Still Go to Madame Tussauds
A modern mystery, explored.
With US Vapers Dying, This Is What UK Vapers Need to Worry About
The majority of London vape stores we spoke to said their sales have taken a hit following vape-associated deaths in the US.
The Crusade of Britain's Last Lion Tamer
Thomas Chipperfield's family has worked with wild animals in circuses since Charles II was on the throne, but from next year doing so will become illegal.
Growing Up with Acne May Make You More Successful Later
A good news day for people with pimples: we dig into the study claiming acne might help you do better in school, and at work.
My Month Inside a Group of People Who Drink Their Own Piss
Adherents of "urine therapy" believe that a big glass of piss is a panacea for all ailments.
A Chat with the Woman Who Has 'Spoken to Cecil the Lion from Beyond the Grave'
"Animal communicator" Karen Anderson says that the murdered beast is doing "just fine" in the afterlife.
What I Learned from Watching All Seven 'Fast & Furious' Films in One Day
Not very much about cars, but a lot about our carnivorous appetite for same-y Hollywood sequels.
We Asked Some Celebrities What It's Like to Be the Subject of an Online Death Hoax
Barry Chuckle, Dave Benson Philips and Pawn Stars' Austin Russell know how it feels when the whole world believe you're dead.
What’s the Latest with the Vajankle?
The sex toy – a synthetic foot with a fake vagina attached to it – caused a media frenzy last month. We asked the people that make it about how well it's selling.
Remembering Peter Cook: 'The Funniest Man Who Ever Drew Breath'
The actor, comedian and Private Eye proprietor passed away 20 years ago today. We talked to Ian Hislop and Clive Anderson about his legacy.
These Internet SuperFans Can't Stop Drawing Benedict Cumberbatch
The internet is home to hundreds of talented women who dedicate their time to creating the Sherlock actor's likeness. We talked to some of them about how fandom can have a bad name.