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‘I’m just trying to make the world a little brighter’: how the culture wars hijacked Drag Queen Story Hour
Shows featuring drag queens reading to young children have proven increasingly popular - but they are also attracting angry protests. How have we reached a place where these joyful events are seen as a threat to infants?

Tim Jonze

11, Aug, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Spray tan, short shorts and not a care in the world: my quest to have a big, dim himbo summer
With their pretty faces, gym bods and good vibes, himbos like Jack Grealish and the men of Love Island are having a moment. But could our pale, six-pack-less writer walk a day in their Crocs?

Tim Jonze

06, Aug, 2022 @10:55 AM

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‘There’s never been a time when you could just say anything’: Frank Skinner on free speech, his bullying shame – and knob jokes
Poetry-loving, religious and with deep regrets about some of his comedy: either the standup comic has grown up, or he was never as laddish as his image suggested

Tim Jonze

25, Jul, 2022 @5:00 AM

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From Poirot to poppers! Jarman award shortlist celebrates ‘risk-taking’ film-makers
Contenders for the £10,000 video art prize offer up a range of work, from explorations of the UK prison system to surreal skin cream adverts

Tim Jonze

28, Jun, 2022 @7:00 AM

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‘This was properly amazing work’: the artist’s life’s work found in a skip
George Westren’s op-art drawings went viral on social media after a neighbour saved them from the tip – now they might get an exhibition of their own

Tim Jonze

27, Jun, 2022 @7:00 AM

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‘I popped the question. Of course she said yes – she was as wasted as I was’: the Glastonbury festival I’ll never forget
Billy Bragg, Joan Armatrading, Tim Jonze and Leonie Cooper reflect on their most magical days at Worthy Farm

Billy Bragg, Tim Jonze, Joan Armatrading interviewed by Leah Harper and Leonie Cooper

22, Jun, 2022 @2:53 PM

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‘I know what it’s like to be frightened’: John Lydon on loneliness, lyrics and life as a Sex Pistol
After 45 years of picking fights, the former Johnny Rotten is squaring up to his ex-bandmates, director Danny Boyle and anyone who disrespects the Queen. But what’s really impressive is his capacity for love

Tim Jonze

13, Jun, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Floella Benjamin: ‘I’m Miss Optimist. I don’t let the bad things eat me up’
From Windrush child to Play School presenter to baroness, Floella Benjamin reflects on her remarkable life

Tim Jonze

12, Jun, 2022 @7:00 AM

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My brother the superhero: how the death of comic book legend Steve Dillon inspired a creative awakening
Glyn Dillon designed costumes for Star Wars, while his brother Steve created the Preacher comic strip. When Steve died at 54, Glyn bought a ladder and some vast canvases - and poured his grief into painting

Tim Jonze

12, May, 2022 @5:00 AM

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‘It’s a massive moment’: how Ncuti Gatwa will shake up Doctor Who
What does it really mean to have the first black Time Lord? Writers Tade Thompson and Jenny Colgan and director Mark Tonderai on why he’ll alter the whole Whoniverse

Interviews by Tim Jonze

10, May, 2022 @4:53 PM

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Burning Man blazes into Britain: can its wild sculptural magic work in the dales?
The mind-bending Nevada desert festival – full of crazed hippies and post-apocalyptic sculpture – has colonised one of Britain’s greatest stately homes. Is the Duke of Devonshire going psychedelic?

Tim Jonze

23, Mar, 2022 @6:00 AM

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‘Nobody can even find a photograph of him. He’s quite mysterious’ – OMD’s Andy McCluskey on Maurice Wade
The Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark founder fell in love with the British painter’s empty landscapes – and convinced Robbie Williams to buy one. He explains their melancholic beauty

Tim Jonze

18, Mar, 2022 @4:31 PM

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