Dan, James, Anna and Andy discuss the president's fake Cadillacs, solar powered planes and poetry written by Google.
Friday 27 May, 23:05, BBC Two
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Here's everything you wanted to know about the Obama's car, The Beast.
According to this source, it has special loops instead of door handles so that Secret Service agents can run alongside it while holding on...
...and according to this one, only the driver's door opens - and that by just 3 inches so that he can pay tolls.
It took 50 flights to transport Obama to Vietnam this week...
...and it took 10 million Euros to get him to Belgium.
When Obama visited London, no one was allowed to fly a kite there...
...and he wasn't allowed to land all his helicopters on the Queen's lawn.
Cameron just bought Samantha a second hand Nissan Micra, and brought his security guards along - to check the brake lights worked.
Thomas Becket's elbow is going on a reunion tour around the UK.
The way Becket originally died was pretty gruesome, but at least it maximised the number of available relics.
Saint Anthony, known for helping people find lost items, is also touring the British Isles at the moment...
...and Tudor bishops Thomas More and John Fisher are on a joint US tour right now.
World Youth Day is a triennial Catholic gathering. The next one is in Cracow in July and people attending from Westminster have been given a Polish phrasebook containing the phrases ‘I love you’, ‘Will you marry me?’, and ‘Unfortunately, I have a calling to the religious life.’
It turns out Stonehenge wasn't that hard to build...
Scientists finally know why fruit flies have such big sperm.
The Terms & Conditions on the average Norwegian's phone apps are as long as the New Testament.
Police expecting to find fraudulently acquired sodas during an undercover raid have instead found fraudulently acquired sofas.
Nigeria has just declared a "Tomato State of Emergency", which is thanks to a pest called Tuta absoluta.
Cornwall Council has ordered a local taxi firm to change its signs due to the offensive nature of its initials. The company is called the Port Isaac Shuttle Service.
An Essex woman has just been given a 12-month suspended sentence for removing chocolates from supermarket shelves, replacing them with rubber balls, marbles and conkers, re-wrapping them, and replacing them on the shelves. Prosecuters described her motives as 'unclear'.
Kelis, singer of milkshake, hasn't ever made a milkshake. And, in a separate interview, MC Hammer has revealed he doesn't like hammers.
Employees at Google's Paris offices have wine and cheese every Friday...
...while those working in the London office get to hang out in a 'Padded Cell'.
Google's post box in Bermuda receives $8 billion a year and bears the number 666.
Workers just demolished the wrong house after relying on Google maps for directions.
An office has just been 3D printed in Dubai.
We don't know how many 3D printers have been printed by 3D printers.
People in Mississippi are more likely than those in any other state to Google "Can I get what what?"
Google has been binge-reading romance novels...
...and writing its own poetry.
The world's largest solar plant has just set itself on fire...
...and some solar plants have set birds on fire.
Death-by-sunbeam might be killing 28,000 birds a year...
...and apparently a further 988 million birds die each year crashing into windows - though we're sceptical.
The Ivanpah Solar Plant was downsized to avoid treading on tortoises' toes.
Tortoises can wee themselves to death.
Fires caused by mirrors are actually quite common.
A heatwave is melting the streets of India.
Leonardo DiCaprio just took a private jet to pick up an environment award.
Solar Impulse is is travelling the world on a solar powered flight, piloted by Captain Piccard.