Archaeologists reckon they've located the exact site, and part of the structure of, the Curtain theatre in London's Shoreditch area, which was used by Shakespeare prior to The Globe.
Meanwhile on the south coast some other archaeologists have discovered wall paintings of a dozen or so medieval ships in a Winchelsea cellar. That has to be worth a visit!
Elsewhere historians are puzzling over the possibility that the ancients were also visited by UFOs and flying saucers.
From ancient history to natural history ... You always wanted to know about turtle sex, didn't you? Well here's a disquisition on the terrifying sex organs of male turtles. We're promised girlie turtle anatomy to follow.
While on the subject of sex (well you just knew there'd be more, didn't you!) back in 2006 an American Roman Catholic nun and theologian wrote a sensible book about sex and relationships. But now the Vatican has decided it doesn't like the content and has banned it. What price Galileo?
Now, what will the medics come up with next? Oh, I know, fungi. After investigating the bacteria and viruses which reside in our guts they've now started to investigate similarly located fungi.
Scientists have also been investigating whether whether human farts are germ-laden, or merely malodorous. Turns out they are germ-laden, but only if you're naked.
So now for something a little more appealing. Emily is getting married. (Well people will do it, y'know!) But what's this? The latest wedding accessory appears to be ... a birdcage! Her only question is "why?"!!
And finally while on the subject of nubiles, didn't you always want to know what was inside Kylie's knickers? Well now you can thanks to a surprisingly interesting collection of X-ray images of of everyday objects as art.