Long Reads Of The Week – 29 March

5 great reads you may have missed from around the web

1 | In 'The Unhappy King of Snooker', The New Yorker's Sam Knight profiles Ronnie O’Sullivan, the game's greatest – and most tortured – genius.

2 | Meanwhile on the Guardian, Sophie Heawood interviews Louis Theroux and charts the presenter's evolution from wacky documentary maker to the man prepared to tackle the toughest subjects in modern society.

3 | "The collections are feats of historical inquiry, of the innately human impulse for record-keeping more so than celebrity worship" Vice's John Stillman goes inside the 'weird, noble world of autograph hunters'.

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4 | Why did three American kids from the suburbs of Chicago try to run away to the Islamic state? Rolling Stone's Janet Reitman explores 'The Children of ISIS'.

5 | Finally, in Vanity Fair, screenwriter J.F. Lawton looks back on the surprising original gritty ending of Pretty Woman, 25 years after the classic rom-com was released.