High Society

Is Scotland the New Cocaine Capital?

In 2018, Scotland was named the most cocaine-consuming nation on the planet, leading to a deadly trend of cocaine injection and a wave of crime in Glasgow.
Shelter Fight For Home / web

NOT MY SHAME: Britain's Housing Emergency

NOT MY SHAME is a documentary exploring the truthful reality of housing inequality and young people using the power of creativity and activism to take their power back.
The War On Drugs

Die in Agony: The War on Medicine

The War on Drugs is bad for your health. We explore how the drug war impacts medicine, causing massive, unnecessary suffering.
Empire of Dirt

The Dark Relationship Between Slavery and Tobacco

Zing Tsjeng heads to Scotland to find out who the Tobacco Lords of Glasgow were and learn about their role at the centre of America's slave labour tobacco industry.

The Two Scottish Rappers Who Conned the World

In this episode of Fakes, Frauds & Scammers, we hear the story of two Scottish lads who reinvented themselves as LA-based hip-hop artists. They claimed Eminem “taught them how to rap” and enjoyed a spectacular rise to the top of the music industry.
10 Questions You Always Wanted To Ask...

10 Questions You Always Wanted To Ask: Street Evangelist

From ”How was your life before Jesus?” to “What music does Jesus listen to?”, VICE asks 10 questions you’ve always wanted to ask a Street Evangelist.
Global Street Style

inside glasgow's illegal after-hours party scene

In the second of our Global Street Style documentaries, i-D crosses the border into Scotland to meet the young people carving out Glasgow's underground scene.
VICE News Specials

Donald Trump Applauds Brits for Taking Their Country Back

Donald Trump applauds Brits for taking their country back.

Meet Scotland's DIY Rocketeers

Every year for a week a Scottish moor becomes an ad hoc launch site for amateur rocketeers to blast their DIY shuttles and spaceships into the skies.
MUNCHIES Guide to... / web

Getting Buzzed off Buckfast: MUNCHIES Guide to Scotland

Charlet meets some of the Glasgow locals who teach her all about age-old Scottish traditions from haggis neeps and tatties, to scurly, square sliced sausages and dumplings made using your grannies knickers.
MUNCHIES Guide to... / web

Scotland: The Islands

After getting a little tipsy from a few hair-of-the-dog drams at the Hebridean Bruichladdich whisky distillery, Charlet cuts up the Scottish coastline to hang out with John Lamont, the king of lobsters.