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High Society
18:18

The Truth About Ecstasy: High Society

British people statistically take more MDMA in one session than any other country on the planet. And not just a little bit more: on average, Brits take 420 milligrams per session.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
3:48

Brexit will make life much more complicated for countless British businesses

VICE News reports from the iconic Brompton Bikes factory in London to understand how Brexit will complicate life for British businesses
VICE Reports
23:23

Life As a Migrant in Post-Brexit Britain

What’s it actually like to be a migrant in Brexit Britain?
VICE Greece Meets
17:11

Anthony Anaxagorou

A discussion about poetry and sentiment with a Cypriot-English poet who visited Greece, in the frame of British Council’s Walking Cities project.
Autobiographies
9:08

Venus X Wants to Party the Pain Away

The Brooklyn-based DJ talks about the benefits and challenges that come with being a female "free agent" in the electronic-music world.
High Society
20:10

How Weed Laws Are Failing the UK

We meet growers, medical marijuana users, politicians, and a couple of thieves who have come up with a novel way to make money off the UK cannabis trade.
Greekology
15:46

Tattoo Artist Competition “Art in the Skin”

A young Greek tattoo artist won a competition in Athens and got to London as an award, to meet with the most famous tattoo artists in Europe.
Creators
5:37

Lucy McRae on Creativity and the Human Body as Art | Visionaries, Episode 2

In this episode of Visionaries, we meet Lucy McRae, a self-described science fiction artist, filmmaker, and body architect who eventually wants to go to space.
The Chosen Ones
11:28

Pourquoi sommes-nous toujours fascinés par l'astrologie ?

Gavin Haynes s'est plongé dans le monde des astrologues et a tenté de comprendre pourquoi ils réussissaient à attirer toujours autant de clients.
How-To / web
4:53

Confit Pork Jowl with Lee Tiernan

This is your new favorite bar snack.
Creators
6:03

The Invisible Artist: Blending Into Liu Bolin's Paintings

Chinese artist Liu Bolin camouflages himself into urban backdrops using acrylic paint, becoming "The Invisible Man."
Summer of Love
3:05

Exploring London's LGBT Clubbing Scene

For the first episode of our four part Summer of Love series, we set out to explore the importance of queer spaces in London that keep the city so alive.
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