Easter eggs are special eggs that are often given to celebrate the Christian holiday of Easter. Sometimes they are made out of chocolate. Have you ever eaten an Easter egg? Watch this video to find out how they are made.
Your mouth is burning, your eyes are watering and you're sweating ... but some people love it! Watch this video about chillies and find out why they are spicy for us, but a bird can eat them just fine.
Do you put up Christmas trees in your home or town? It's traditional to put up Christmas trees in Britain but nowadays most people prefer artificial ones, not real ones. Watch this video to find out where they come from and how they're made!
Charlie McDonnell is one of the UK's most popular vloggers. He can cook too! In this video he shows us how to make chocolate brownies. He speaks very quickly, so use the transcript below if you need to.
Will Reid is a normal dad with teenage kids. He found his kids weren't listening to him when he asked them to do a few simple jobs around the house so he started to make instructional videos to help them and they have been very successful on YouTube.
Alfie Deyes is one of the UK's top video bloggers on YouTube. His channel is called Pointless Blog and he regularly gets several million views on his vlogs. In this video Alfie answers some questions about Christmas.
Have you heard of The Fault in Our Stars? It's a book by John Green that is really popular with teenagers around the world. Now they've made the book into a film. Watch the clip to see what the audience thought of the film.
Did you know that tonnes of perfectly good food is thrown away every day in some countries? When some people don't have enough food to eat it seems crazy that so much food is wasted. Watch this video and learn about the work that Tristram Stuart is doing to try and change this situation.
Would you buy a T-shirt from a vending machine? Do you ever wonder why clothes are sometimes very cheap? Watch this video and see what happens when people are offered the chance to buy a T-shirt for two euros.