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Little Atoms weekly round-up (the "quirky, funny, odd" edition)

Stealing jokes,robotic folks,drawing space blokes, and corduroy coats

This week we’ve been tracking down the joke thieves of Twitter, getting the animator of Chris Hadfield’s new series to walk us through their inspiration behind the project, chatting to marine biologist Helen Scales and scaring ourselves over  androids and artificial intelligence.

How to draw a star

The woman behind astronaut Chris Hadfield’s new cartoon series, It's Not Rocket Science shares her inspiration from classic science animation

Who are the Twitter joke thieves?

As the social network starts to clamp down on plagiarism, we asked why people think it's OK to steal other people's gags.

Little Malcolm: The cult classic that never was

David Halliwell’s play about politics, sex and corduroy is getting a much-needed revival.

Podcast: Helen Scales

Neil Denny chats to with Helen Scales about mollusks, marine biology and her latest book Spirals in Time: The Secret Life and Curious Afterlife of Seashells.

The Guardian 10 Best Holiday Podcasts

The Guardian's Miranda Sawyer has described  as "packed with quirky, funny, odd features". Hurrah!

Plus, topical comedy banter!

The 11 Little Atoms things that can make a man fall hard for you

Leadership latest: Andy Burnham begs voters not to abandon him


Little Atoms prepares for a Jeremy Corbyn Victory!

Happing reading everybody!

In the particle of me that cares for this, I betrayed those little atoms with a kiss

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