Every week, we summarise the news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
This week, mathematicians and historians discover more about the number zero, a family in Coventry finds a lizard under their bed, there is a change your grandparents might not like your name and a huge fatberg discoverd in the sewers of London.
"I think the best is to go and live with people in England and study. I was very lucky - I went to Oxford and stayed with fantastic people. I made a lot of progress.
"I don't stop recommending English in the UK! Three of my friends did it - one went to Cardiff and another went to Oxford. Definitely I think this is the best way to learn."
This week, Prince George starts school (and gets a new brother or sister), a five-year-old finds a snake in the bathroom, models of children stop drivers speeding. And, find out which is the UK's ugliest new building.
This week, Wayne Rooney retires from the England team, the Great British Bake Off returns, why plates are better than slates, and see if you can understand the UK's best joke.
This week, David Beckham builds a Lego castle, the new Doctor Who is interviewed, Pride and Prejudice comes back to TV and a historian has trouble with Twitter.