Why data is important, how companies and governments are using data, and, crucially, how you can use data to improve your business, your life, or maybe even the world.
Can we still use comedy as a political weapon in the age of Trump?
A practical, beautiful, inspiring guide to the outdoor pools of the UK
New mushroom ideas, strange vegetables, foraging in the garden and beyond
Over 100 comic artists present positive political actions anyone can take
A compact, comprehensive and very silly field guide, featuring more than 200 of the best, rudest, and most hilarious Effin' Birds!
A book exploring the influence of Darwin on everyone
A homage to the English pub
A paper-based portable wireless device that connects everything to everything else
One man's search for truth, beauty and some really funny stories as he visits Utopian communities
A Celebration of the Comedy underdog
Comrades! Join us in the Glorious People’s Republic of Transnistria
Tea connoisseur and angler Chris Yates’s account of the 1981 fishing season
A beautifully illustrated story of friendship, passion and useful insects
Why brands with a purpose do better and matter more
Dominic Frisby tells the amazing story of Bitcoin and why it could change the world
Find out why the era of big government, big business & big culture is over
A life changing journey through soil, food, love, conviviality & nourishment
Indispensable and hilarious* notes on midlife (*possibly a lie)
What if you did every single deal that came up on Groupon?
The one and only picnic book you'll ever need
A new book by legendary illustrator Raymond Briggs
How to get what you need and still be nice
From Pepys to Tweets: a history of the diary as an art form
An exploration into the single piece of paper which has given the world more pleasure than any other
A journey into the four ingredients of beer
How fig trees shaped our history, fed our imaginations and can enrich our future
An anti-cookbook from Jonathan Meades
Collating the obscure dregs of the eighties and nineties video game industry so we can all point and laugh
The hidden silly side of higher education