Each week at Guinness World Records, we'll be rounding up the recent highlights from our incredible live broadcasts on our official Facebook page.

Featuring fascinating live record-breaking action and interviews from around the world, our broadcasts also give our viewers the chance to ask our talented title holders a question or two.

If you missed any of the action from the past week - no worries, we’ve gathered up a selection of the best videos for you to watch below. 

Get your milk glasses ready – we’re starting this week’s Facebook Live broadcast with an awesome Oreo record attempt! Down in sunny Orlando, Florida (USA) on Saturday, the classic American cookie company took on the Longest cookie dunking relay title, featuring their crème-filled biscuits. In the parking lot of a Walmart superstore, event organizers rounded up families and children to help beat the minimum requirement of 250. Collectively, all participants gathered around tables with their official cookie dunking instruments, to take on the tasty record challenge. With adjudicator Philip on the scene to make sure that guidelines were followed, and that no one dropped their cookies, find out if they successfully obtained the title! 

Continuing the week, our team took a trip to Hertfordshire, UK, to take a look at Lisa Courtney’s record-holding Pokemon collection. Featuring an amazing 17,127 items and counting, Lisa showed our host PeeWee Wiggins, that she has taken the game's tagline "got to catch 'em all"  to the extreme, showing us everything from her favourite Pokemon, to the largest item in her collection. She even takes a quiz at the end to show how well she knows her Charizards from her Pikachus.

We followed up with another broadcast from Hertfordshire, this time with Superman super-fan Marco Zorzin, one of the many awesome record holders in this year’s Blockbusters 2017 edition! Totalling 1,518 items, Marco's haul of Man of Steel collectables has earned him the title for the Largest collection Superman memorabilia. In the video below, he discusses what it took to amass so many items over the span of eight years. The hugely passionate comic book fan, has not only changed his middle name to “superman” he has also named his two daughters after DC Comics characters.