Why Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ is a brilliant sneaky innuendo

This just goes to show how amazing Shakespeare was at his craft — and also that he probably had a dirty mind.

Cannabis traces found on Shakespeare’s pipe – was the bard into pot?

William Shakespeare – universally praised as one of the best writers in history, eminent dramatist and England’s national poet, is still a controversial figure. There is speculation about the authorship of his works, with some scholars claiming they were written by someone else; there’s also speculation about his sexuality, his religion, and even his looks. Contrary to popular belief, no written contemporary

Richard III remains found – face to be soon revealed

The remains of the legendary Richard III have been found beneath a Leicester car park – where else? DNA, carbon dating and the whole shebang showed, beyond reasonable doubt, that the remains belong to the king, explained lead archaeologist Richard Buckley, from the University of Leicester, so the finding I was telling you about a while ago really check out.