Some extremely important data journalism on where to find the worst pubs in London.
A man got stuck in the doors for a significant length of the Northern Line so I attempted to work out the longest possible you could get stuck like that on the entire tube network.
I used OSMnx, Geoff Boeing’s amazing Python library for analysing street networks, to look at how orderly the streets are in various UK towns and cities.
I then performed a live version of the piece at the British Library.
There are about 790,000 roads with names in Great Britain – I got a list of all them from Ordnance Survey and did some number-crunching. Then stopped number-crunching and looked for the rude ones.
I am become the New Jasper Carrot, with some bus-based observational comedy for CityMetric.
I explored the strange tale of a man who attempted to walk around the world in disguise, for no particularly apparent reason.