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Ladventures star Thomas Gray is no stranger to the crazy days of the 90s, with the buzz of Tamagotchis, the whirr of VHS tapes and all the fun of Euro '96.
And his favourite book very much reflects the spirit of the 90s.
Watch Ladventures on BBC Three's YouTube.
Ever wondered what it's like to be a video game star?
Apparently, its not as glamorous as you might think, with many actors in the US going on strike over pay.
But with a nine percent pay increase recently rejected, are they being too greedy?
Having lived through the World War Two and been in the fire service, Sally is not your average volunteer dog-walker. She puts her incredible longevity down to regular exercise and the bonds she's formed looking after rescue dogs.
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Tom Cruise fails to pack a punch as tough guy Jack Reacher - It's Three at the movies
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Flying pigs, tennis balls and sit-in protests: 7 tales of football fan power
Maxim talks underwater nightclubs, outrageously stupid gold robbers and people who walk the wrong way up escalators. What a week to be alive.
Watch more of Maxim's adventures through the weird world of the web.
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IMHO: In defence of Tulisa, a victim of class snobbery
Why we should all be afraid of Black Mirror
The Gossip: Justin Bieber booed on stage for being 'rude'
Remember tuning into Albert Square and seeing Dot Cotton disappear down a laundrette-wormhole? How about when Ian Beale was mistaken for a helipad?
If only we had access to the alternate universe where Richard Nowak really was head of scriptwriting at EastEnders… we might’ve caught these episodes, and the eight others in his top ten for this week.
Unfortunately, they ended up on the cutting-room floor, probably somewhere in the Upside Down.
Add your Top Ten lost EastEnders episodes to the mix with our BBC Three Comedy Maker
Contains some upsetting scenes.
In parts of the UK, public drug taking is becoming a serious issue. Aside from the needles and cookers often left in plain view, it can be the root of anti-social behaviour - and those with nowhere else to go risk infection from unsterilised equipment.
With nurses, sterile needles and further support services, drug consumption rooms are being touted by some as a solution.
After France has recently opened its first drug consumption room and it emerged that two British police forces are allegedly no longer arresting drugs users, are we ceasing to see drug use as a criminal issue, and more of a health problem?
Watch Drugs Map of Britain: Swansea - Injecting Gone Wrong on BBC iPlayer.
Thousands of men who were convicted of sexual "crimes" because they were gay or bisexual will now have those records scrubbed.
So how did we get from criminalising gay people to enabling them to marry in a few decades?
A great writer once said, "You can get everything you need from a good book."
Ok, we lied - we said it. But still, it's basically true.
Don't take our word for it though. The celebs in this video have run their a-list fingers along the spines in their bookshelves and picked out their absolute top reads for the BBC's Love to Read campaign, which - what do you know? - starts today...
There are few things more exciting than going on holiday. You plan and prepare, book flights and accommodation, and of course have to head for the shops for those last-minute 'essentials'.
So if you arrive at the airport only to find your flight is cancelled or heavily delayed, it can play havoc with all your holiday hard-work. You should at least be in line for a refund, right? Well, for some easyJet customers it's been a long journey to get what they're owed...
Contains strong language.
Mum's American Dream: Episode 2. The Family Reunion
Romesh Ranganathan and his mum visit Canada for a family reunion, which leads to Romesh and his Uncle Ragu exploring the Canadian wilderness.
The Gossip: Will Young 'bickered' with dance partner on Strictly
Sir David Attenborough says zoo animals aren't given enough privacy, and should be viewed through peepholes instead of glass.
His call came after Kumbuka, a large silver back gorilla, escaped from his enclosure at London Zoo after reportedly becoming distressed by the constant attention of visitors.
So is it time to rethink the role of zoos?
Meet University Challenge's five most tweet-worthy contestants
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The Gossip: Bieber is moving to Blighty