Join guest blogger Natalie King on a linguistic trip to the not-yet-gentrified parts of London to explore the city's urban slang.
While there are some similarities in dialect from town to town in Yorkshire, there are a few differences to be heard ‘an all’.
The woodlouse has had many different names, depending on which part of Britain you’re in: we take a look at some of the regional variations.
Street in Dublin
The language of Irish English
Antrim Coast and Glens
Northern Irish is a rich and varied, blending slang from Ireland, Scotland, and the north of England
How to insult somebody in Northern Irish