Dan, James, Anna and Andy discuss a post office nightmare, racing robots and a dropped tart.
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29% of Americans are favourable to Donald Trump. That’s the same number of Americans who have a rodent problem, cannot find the Pacific ocean on a world map, and it’s 1 fewer percent than the number of Americans who pronounce the word “meme” “me-me”.
A Richmond woman's obituary reads: "NOLAND, Mary Anne Alfriend. Faced with the prospect of voting for either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, Mary Anne Noland of Richmond chose, instead, to pass into the eternal love of God on Sunday, May 15, 2016, at the age of 68."
ASIMO had to be taught gesticulation for Italians to understand him.
A woman in Germany alerted police after she saw a man burying something in woodland. When the police examined the scene, they found a wooden cross grave marking, and buried beneath it a box containing a mouldy gherkin.
Nearly 4 years after Richard III was discovered under a car park in Leicester, Henry I may have been found under a car park in Reading. Historian John Mullany believes Henry would have been fascinated by the idea of cars, and thus would have quite liked being buried under a car park.