Another Friday, another week over, another weekend to come. First up, some good news from the past week.
Last week I shared the story of a footballer who helped the homeless, this week it's David Beckham who's going to give his whole salary to charity for the next five months. Next is the story of businesses that allow people to share things rather than buy them outright, thereby saving resources. It won't suit everyone, but will be good for a number of people.
Teenagers get a bad press a lot of the time, but most of them are decent people. Kieza De Sousa, 19, from London, has been given a small government loan to help him run his T-shirt printing business.
Odd stories are few and far between this week, but from Iceland comes the story of a girl who had to fight for the right to have her name. I know it's a cultural thing, but it does seem a little odd. What do you do in traffic jams? I pretended to take my eyeballs out and clean them, but in Moscow people do their knitting, among other things.
A couple of short videos now, and first up is journalist Shelagh Fogarty who overreacts when a mouse enters the studio.
Mooloolaba, Australia was invaded by foam. Thankfully it was just sea foam and not an alien invasion.
Lastly in this section, some interesting things I came across that I thought I'd share. If you want to know how email gets sent around the world, a peek inside one the internet hubs will help. Did you know the Bank of England has £1m and £100m notes? They do, but they're not for general circulation. Lastly, scientists in Scotland have developed a tractor beam.
Now for your favourite part and mine...PICTURE TIME.
With that, I'll put on my tin helmet, retire to a safe bunker and wait till Monday. Adieu.