Jack Whitehall At The Royal Variety Performance

This year, Jack Whitehall was invited back to perform at "The Royal Variety Performance". However unlike before, he performed in front of the Duchess of Cambridge, who he once had a crush on as they both attended Marlborough College.

From The Jonathan Ross Show

Monty Python: Dead Parrot Sketch, Live 2014

To celebrate The British Comedy Award nomination for 'Best Comedy Moment of 2014’ of 'The Parrot Sketch’ from this year’s live shows at The O2, London here is the sketch for you to enjoy, in all it’s glory.

The live broadcast of the final show of ‘Monty Python Live (mostly) - One Down Five to Go' on 20 July 2014 has also been nominated, for the “Best Sketch Show” award.

Performed by Michael Palin and John Cleese

From Monty Python

Obama: Sup Girl

Jimmy explains the meaning behind President Obama's lesser-known facial expressions like the "Photobama!" 

From The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Peanuts Movie in 3D

For the first time ever, Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the rest of the gang we know and love from Charles Schulz's timeless "Peanuts" comic strip will be making their big-screen debut; like they've never been seen before in a CG-Animated Feature film in 3D.

From Peanuts Movie

Tony Hawk on a Hoverboard

Tony Hawk & Dave Carnie visit the Hendo Hover warehouse to ride the world's first real hoverboard.


Jimmy Fallon Flying like Peter Pan

After talking to Allison Williams about starring in NBC's Peter Pan Live, Jimmy attempts to fly.

From The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Using Captchas Digitize Books

Back at the beginning of the century, Luis von Ahn helped invent CAPTCHA, the online security device featuring squiggly letters that you have to re-type in order to prove you're human. In 2007, von Ahn invented reCAPTCHA, a new form of CAPTCHA that serves a second purpose: the digitization of old books. In this video clip, von Ahn describes how reCAPTCHA works while discussing the power of human computation, a term he helped coin that describes the harnessing of both human and computer abilities in order to accomplish difficult tasks.

From BigThink