Answering the Most Important Question About the British Fry-Up
Egg and beans – should they touch, or be separated by a breakwater sausage?
The Fundamental Errors of Jordan Peterson
A critical reading of the controversial Psychology professor's book, '12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos'.
My Life as an International Ketamine Smuggler
We spoke to a guy who was partly responsible for flooding the UK with the K in the mid-1990s.
Conspiracy Theorists Just Want to Feel Special
Like when people only listen to "underground" music, but with poisoned water supplies and space Nazis.
How Cocaine Influenced the Work of Sigmund Freud
A potted history of the psychoanalysis founder's gak habit.
Could an Exclusively Right-Wing Society Ever Be Truly Happy?
According to science and psychology, should we all be striving for a left or a right-wing "utopia"?
Unwrapping the Conspiracy Theory at the Heart of the Alt-Right
You might have heard the term 'Cultural Marxism' thrown around by figureheads of the new radical right. This is what they're on about, and why they're wrong.
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Take a Long, Hard and Exclusive Look at Red Rack'em's New LP 'Self Portrait'
Stream the "Wonky Bassline Disco Banger" producer's latest album in full right here.
Beatbox, Breakdance and Betamax: Remembering the UK's First B-Boy Crews
We spoke to the guys behind the new documentary <i>NG83: When We Were B-Boys</i> about how your teenage obsessions shape who you become.
Inside the Resurgence of Discordianism – the Chaotic, LSD-Fuelled Anti-Religion
The concept was conceptualised in the mid-1960s and adopted by hippies, psychonauts and future countercultural icons. Now, it's coming back, in the form of a massive party in the South Yorkshire Woodland.
Puck City: The Enduring Success of Ice Hockey in Nottingham
Having enjoyed a sustained run of success on the rink, Nottingham Panthers can this season boast an average crowd of almost 6,000. The team and their home city are among British ice hockey's leading lights.
Welcome To Stoke-On-Trent: Dartopolis (Part 2)
There are certain corners of the world that dominate a particular sport to a disproportionate degree. For darts, that place has long been established as Stoke-on-Trent.