Monday, August 8, 2022

Living life on the hedge – the country practice that has protected the environment for centuries

It is said that when the Romans invaded Britain, they were most unimpressed by the thick hedges impeding their progress. To this day, farmers...

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....

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...

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,...

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...

Masks, sanitisers, action: Going to the cinema in the (almost) post-pandemic age

It’s been 223 bleak days since the lockdown took away one of life’s greatest joys. Popcorn tastes the same, seats feel just as we...
Bill Prince - Ex Deputy-Editor of GQ

The Prince abdicates: Bill Prince, GQ deputy editor, talks Nazis, Bowie and British publishing

After serving 23 years at the helm of one of Britain’s largest men’s magazines, Bill Prince steps down. He speaks to Toby Louch about...
John Summerton

Interview: Sidetracked Magazine founder John Summerton

The adventurer and founder of the online and print travel magazine Sidetracked, details to Marie Audemard his editorial strategy and memories.   After a career as...

Interview: ‘My niche was being gay, that’s what I was good at’ – Carrie Lyell, editor-in-chief at DIVA

Starting as an editorial assistant in 2013, Carrie Lyell has quickly risen through the ranks at DIVA magazine becoming editor-in-chief in 2017. Here she...
Tom Johnson smiling.

Interview: Tom Johnson, Founder and Editor of Gold Flake Paint on pouring his heart and sincerity into music journalism

Tom Johnson, Founder & Editor of award-winning Gold Flake Paint, tells Dan Fauzi how he’s quietly breaking the mould of music journalism at 35...