• People Just Do Nothing

    Dass right: Kurupt FM is back on iPlayer

    Ooze ready? Brentford's finest take it right back to day one in the first series of People Just Do Nothing, available on iPlayer now. Instant classic.

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  • Professor Green uncovers hidden homelessness for BBC Three

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  • James Acaster has found a pancake day hack!

    Dunno 'bout you, but we could go for some shroving...

    Anywho, this is just a little aperitif taken from James Acaster's set in shiny new stand up show, 'Live From the BBC'.

    Some of the other joke-mongers on display include Nish Kumar, Alex Adelman, Sofie Hagen, Felicity Ward and Dane Baptiste.

    Live From the BBC arrives on Three, Wednesday 17 February with James Acaster appearing in episode two on Wednesday 24 Feb.

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  • Who do you call when you can't call the police?

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    Some members of the Huey P Newton Gun Club
  • Thanks a latte: women welcomed again at Saudi Starbucks - via CNN

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  • Things you've probably deleted from your internet history

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    Jackman's skin warning in Tuesday's 3 from Three

    What's that on Hugh Jackman's nose?

    It's a dressing covering the actor's latest wounds from skin cancer surgery. He posted this picture on Instagram and wrote: "An example of what happens when you don't wear sunscreen. Basal Cell. The mildest form of cancer but serious, nonetheless."

    The star of Wolverine says he had his first skin cancer removed in 2013 after his wife suggested he should get a mole on his nose checked out.

    Was that Imogen banging at the window?

    Yes. Storm Imogen had a big one. She brought wind speeds of 96mph to parts of Britain and her bad vibes left thousands without power across the south west, the Midlands and Wales. The eye of the storm passed on Monday night but there'll be more high tides and large waves this morning.

    And the Met Office has recorded what it calls "phenomenal" sea conditions- that means waves of more than 14m (46ft), the highest level on the World Meteorological Scale. Woooah!

    How is Beth Tweddle?

    She's "moving her hands and feet" after surgery on her back following an accident on TV show The Jump. The former Olympic gymnast has quit the show and described the last 48 hours as "scary".

    Questions are now being raised about the future of the celebrity ski-jumping programme. Olympic swimming champion Rebecca Adlington, 26, and actress Tina Hobley, 44, have already withdrawn because of injury.

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  • Taylor Lautner is back! Check out the trailer for series three of Cuckoo

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  • The sweetest taboo? Scores of students sign up for sugar daddy dating - via Newsbeat

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  • 7 times monkeys changed the world

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    Naruto the 'Selfie Monkey'
  • Rizzle Kicks' Harley is looking for love...

    Check out some brilliant new shorts from BBC Taster, featuring a film starring Rizzle Kicks’ Harley Sylvester. Harvey stars as Dwayne, a man on the hunt for the right girl - and the film emphasises the importance of taking your time on Tinder.

    Lesson: don't swipe right too fast.

    Watch all the shorts here...

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  • This is the kind of school visit you don't want

    The scariest thing you might get popping in to the school grounds in the UK is a fox - or maybe an angry badger. But things are on a different scale in Bangalore in India, where a wild leopard has turned up from a nearby forest. Fortunately, kids weren't in lessons at the time. It took 10 hours to catch the big cat and it managed to bite and injure quite a few people...

    Warning: some disturbing scenes.

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  • You only die twice: Mexican crime boss meets the Reaper second time around - via The Atlantic

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  • What if Leicester actually win the Premier League?

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    Jamie Vardy being knighted by Queen Elizabeth II
  • If ducks had moustaches, where would they be? Celebrity edition

    Since the dawn of time, philosophers have pondered life's most important questions. Why are we here? What's life all about? If ducks had moustaches, where would they be?

    WELL WONDER NO MORE! Romesh Ranganathan, Stacey Dooley and Tyger Drew-Honey are here to answer the only question that matters...

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    It's a bit blowy in Monday's 3 from Three

    What storm letter are we up to then?

    I. We're up to i and Storm Imogen(Storms are named alphabetically, Henry was the last one). And Imogen is a bit breezy - to say the least. 93mph winds have already been recorded at The Needles, off the Isle of Wight. Southern England and south Wales are expected to get the worst of it.

    Who won the Super Bowl?

    That'll be the Denver Broncos. They beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10. That result wasn't predicted - Carolina were the faves. The rumours were that Broncos' veteran quarter-back Peyton Manning would call it a day afterwards. But he hasn't (yet) saying he'll "take time to reflect".

    What should we feel ashamed of today?

    Well according to David Cameron, prisons. The prime minister says the current system is a "failure" because of high reoffending rates and violence. He wants to do something about it - which probably means giving prison governors more say over how to run their jails.

  • Are homeless people being moved on to make way for Super Bowl 50?

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    Homeless man, San Fran area
  • Life and Death Row Season 2 is almost here!

    The BAFTA award-winning Life and Death Row returns online to BBC Three very, very soon. The series tells the story of capital punishment in America through the eyes of young people whose lives have been shaped by it. This is one you do not want to miss.

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  • Dear Coldplay and Beyonce, here's how you break the internet at Super Bowl 50

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    Beyonce and Coldplay imposed onto a background of American footballs
  • Hidden and Homeless

    In a thought-provoking new BBC Three documentary, Professor Green explores the harsh reality of life as a young homeless person.

    Professor Green: Hidden and Homeless is on BBC Three on Tuesday 9 February at 9pm and iPlayer soon after.

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  • WATCH: Peterborough's manager gets taken down OUTTA NOWHERE!!

    By now, even Tim Peake floating around somewhere over Earth will have seen Graham Westley's infamous collapse during last week's FA Cup clash.

    It's been nearly a week since Graham Westley fell #OUTTANOWHERE, and we're here to celebrate the anniversary by showing you what ACTUALLY happened...

  • Justin Bieber or Xbox - what does everyone like most on Facebook? - via The Verge

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