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Podcast: the horrible consequences of ‘crunch’ culture

Video game developers often joke around saying that 90 per cent of a game comes together in the last ten percent of development time. Or, as programmers and developers call it,...

The Rowing Podcast Episode 1: Getting Started

Finally, The Olympics are just around the corner and soon many people will be avidly watching sports they have not followed for the last five years. Some may become so inspired...

Nottingham’s independent stores are bouncing back after the pandemic

Nottingham has a long history of creativity and independent businesses. The diverse retail landscape helps the city stand out. From antique stores to coffee shops, vintage clothing stores to small bars, you...

From freemium to feminism – Lisa Smosarski, Stylist’s editor-in-chief

Lisa Smosarski launched Stylist in 2009 and has been at the helm ever since. She talks to Lucy Robinson about the importance of championing women, her experience interviewing the Clintons and...

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Combating hate through hip-hop and exploring art through virtual reality: see...

One of the areas in the UK that has been hit the hardest by the pandemic is the cultural sector. Museums and galleries are...

Vegan friendly BBQ dishes to enjoy this summer

Roya Bishop introduces us to café Roya and her vegan lifestyle and shares a few of her favourite recipes Roya Bishop, 34, from Beeston, has...

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‘My kindness campaign is helping me to fight chronic fatigue’

After her marriage broke down Helen Green seized the chance to make a fresh start. Quitting her PR job at Boots in Nottingham, she bought...

‘The Government’s handling of Brexit has been a mess’ – one...

Young, hard-working and highly educated, Dr Andrea Chiarelli is seemingly the perfect candidate for Boris Johnson’s post-Brexit Britain. An Italian consultant and researcher with a...