Snippets from the week's news, sliced, diced and processed for your convenience.
1. The premium rate phone services market in the UK is the biggest in the world, worth £1.2bn a year - that's £20 each for every man, woman and child.
2. Terry Wogan gets paid for presenting Children in Need - the only presenter to do so.
3. More than half (52%) of smokers haven't told their parents about their habit.
4. Producing palm oil - hailed as a future biofuel – can produce carbon emissions 10 times that of petroleum.
5. Prince Charles is a fan of veteran reggae artist Sugar Minott - requesting one of his songs be played while visiting a record shop in London.
6. Coffee doesn't make you more alert in the morning, according to a study by Bristol University.
7. Superheroes are susceptible to snipers, with Captain America being killed by a bullet.
8. Only about half of China's population can speak the national language, Mandarin.
9. There are 946 billionaires in the world .
10. The moon glows a coppery red when totally eclipsed by the shadow of the earth - its hue determined by how much dust is in the earth's upper atmosphere.
Sources: 1 – BBC 10'O'Clock News, 8 March; 3 - Dispatches, Channel 4, 5 March; 5 – the Times, 6 March.
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