A voyage of discovery through the quirks and curious customs of language.
Two labels that are five centuries old, but the individuals they describe are still instantly recognisable.
Why all English-speakers follow laws they never knew existed.
When it comes to raising a glass to toast good times, the word ‘cheers’ is never far away.
Few areas of language get people talking quite as much as the
It's one of the most versatile words in the English language.
Why the phrase stealing someone’s thunder comes from London’s theatre district.