INSPECTOR MORSE-POWER: THE HUNT IS ON FOR 20 OF THE MOST FAMOUS CARS IN THE WORLD

Select Car Leasing has compiled a list of missing cars and presented them on a world map. 20 of the world’s most famous missing cars are dotted across the US, Europe and beyond depending on their last known locations with a total estimated worth of $200 million or more! Who’s up for a road trip? Read more here.

“IT TASTES BETTER THE NEXT DAY”: A STUDY INTO WHY CERTAIN FOODS ARE BETTER TO EAT THE FOLLOWING DAY

Food scientists at Oxford University have looked into why our take-outs taste so much better the next day. A study from Asda revealed that Pizza, Chilli Con Carne and Casserole are amongst the best tasting next-day meals – but why do they taste so good? Click here to find out more.

ISOLATION RELAXATION STATION: THE MOST RELAXING LOCKDOWN HOBBIES REVEALED

From baking banana bread to singing happy birthday whilst we wash our hands, lockdown has produced several different unusual hobbies. However, a study conducted by the University of California discovered the ones that are most relaxing and engaging. It turns out, knitting is the best for being zen. Learn more here.

JK ROWLING IN THE CASH: THE HARRY POTTER AUTHOR IS RAKING IT IN, HERE’S HOW MUCH PER WORD

New figures show what JK Rowling has so far pocketed per word for Harry Potter and the Philospher’s Stone. Released in 1997, just this book alone has earned her £120 million, which divided by the 76,944 words is a whopping £1,560 per word… Find out more here.

IF YOU’RE CALLED KIM OR PAUL: LOOK AWAY NOW

UK comparison site Uswitch has looked through different Trip Advisor reviews across restaurants, tourist attractions, road trips and more to see who complains the most. After extensive research, it turns out people called Kim and Paul are most likely to complain. Karen of course came close second. Read more here.

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