Scientists took about 300 years to lay out the Periodic Table into neat rows and columns. This episode, we enlist journalists, poets, musicians, and even a physicist to help us tell stories of matter that matters.

But for just one more night, you can ignore the playoffs and learn something from passionate nerds who just want to share. When: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 (show @ 8pm) Where: The Needle Vinyl Tavern (10524 Jasper Avenue) Tickets: on sale April 12 at 10pm at Yeg $20 in advance $10 peanut gallery tickets [Must be 18 years or older] Our line-up of talks includes: We’re all just making it up as we go along.

Learn how the tenets of improvisation can help you in everyday life.

Caption: Family that stays together, plays together. But both Nick and Jessica’s life has been somewhat of a rollercoaster the past year.

While Jessica was battling cervical cancer and miscarriage, Nick was making headlines as he and soap star Gemma Oaten were photographed wrapping their arms around each other and getting very cozy.

In fact, the directors discovered there are so many cases of this that they went on to create an entire TV show about it for MTV.

While it's become easy to feel desensitised to many of the featured victims' stories, one of the series' most alarming cases has presented itself in the form of Spencer Morrill, a man who believes he's been in a six-year relationship with singer Katy Perry.

As the show goes progresses, the contestant rules out people based on whose physiques they’re attracted to – talking Richardson through their choices as they go along.

As the potential matches were whittled down, Richardson – who previously hosted The Sex Education Show – revealed information about what people “normally use to judge a partner on” – from what they do for a living, to how they dress.

The show won more viewers than Big Brother and BBC2, after it was labelled as “Blind Date in a brothel”.

Naked Attraction – Channel 4’s new nude game show hosted by Anna Richardson – has proven a hit with viewers, despite being described as “poisonous” and “exploitative”.

Rather staggeringly, there are a large number of people who find themselves lured into a cyber relationship by someone adopting a fictional online persona.