Dan, James, Anna and Andy discuss topless angels, grumpy bank notes and six-legged, sex-crazed 17-year-olds.
Friday 03 June, 23:05, BBC Two
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The polymer that makes our new money will start out as a 4-storey high bubble.
You can fit £70,000 worth of new £5 notes into a briefcase. Appeal to James for the maths on that one
Polypropylene is used in thermal underwear, Tic Tac box hinges, the stickers on Rubik's Cubes and parts of Tenerife's cathedral.
US money is made of cotton and linen, and people once repaired them by sewing them together.
The Bank of England mutilated notes service can repair your notes, even if they've been chewed or eaten.
Incinerated bank notes were once used to heat the bank note making site.
Jane Austen on the new bank notes has been made to look more attractive.
Previously worthless £100 trillion dollar Zimbabwean notes are now worth £40.
THE JUDGE WHO RULED THAT ALL UK TOBACCO PACKETS HAVE TO BE GREEN IS CALLED MR JUSTICE GREEN
Research has gone into making sure the colour of our tobacco packets is as revolting as possible. It reminds people of sewers and gunge
Kim Jong Un has apparently quit smoking - and now, so must everyone else
A Scottish teenager hacked into North Korea's equivalent of Facebook with username ‘Admin’, password 'password' an hour after it went live
China is debating banning smoking in public places - sort of. In the Hubei province, people used to be encouraged to smoke
A robot in Augsburg is trying to help people quit smoking
People will follow a robot into a fire, according to a study at Georgia Tech
AT ITS OPENING CEREMONY, THE WORLD'S LONGEST TUNNEL WAS CEREMONIALLY BLESSED BY A PRIEST THEN CEREMONIALLY NOT BLESSED BY AN ATHEIST
The Gotthard tunnel opening ceremony contained nudity - and plenty more besides
100,000 people are expected to attend the Gotthard opening festival this weekend
This app lets you build your own Gotthard Base Tunnel
The boring machines that drilled the tunnel are the size of 4 football pitches
The Laerdal tunnel in Norway is designed to keep drivers awake
The Blackwall Tunnel is bendy so that horses didn’t bolt for the light at the end of it
CICADAS IN OHIO WHO HAVE LIVED UNDERGROUND FOR 17 YEARS HAVE EMERGED, ONLY TO BE EATEN AS ICE CREAM TOPPING
Cicadas have a good reason for only surfacing in prime-numbered years
A Rising Creek bakery is making cicada cookies
Edible locusts have been rebranded as sky prawns
You can catch a cicada by clicking your fingers
Female cicadas sometimes try to mate with lawnmowers
Cicadas insert plugs into females after sex so they can’t mate with anyone else
They can also transmit STIs that cause the butt to drop off altogether
The bus Labour uses in the EU referendum campaign was the same bus that S Club 7 used on tour
The Vote Leave campaign bus just got a parking ticket in Harrogate
Tutankhamun's dagger came from outer space
A leather sofa has just been rescued from the sea by the Ramsgate inshore lifeboat
A 24-year-old man has been fined and given community service for throwing a live alligator into a drive-thru Wendy’s in Florida
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has arrested a former director of Barclays for regularly paying his plumber in illicit tips about forthcoming mergers and acquisitions
Physicists have discovered that Schrodinger's cat is not only alive and dead at the same time, it is also in two different boxes at once
You should not use ketchup on your hot dog once over the age of 18, according to the US National Hot Dog and Sausage Council
Arizona Senator Jeff Flake has released a report detailing what he considers wasteful US government research, that includes money spent on finding out whether drunk birds slur when they sing, what makes goldfish feel sexy and trying to answer the question 'How long does it take to pee like a racehorse?'