Culture

  • 5 May 2021

    Does it feel like social media has all gone a bit quiet in recent months?

  • 5 May 2021

    Paraic O’Brien explores how even though Northern Ireland’s youth weren’t around during the Troubles, the stories they are told strengthen the bonds of Unionism today.

  • 30 Apr 2021

    We are all waiting to know what the new normal is going to be, but for a few thousand ravers in a Liverpool warehouse who are taking part in a Covid-safe pilot event, the answer might be that the new normal is very familiar indeed.

  • 30 Apr 2021

    Tim talks to Krishnan about the UK’s current place on the world stage, how much power China has and how space is the new frontier for political negotiations.

  • 26 Apr 2021

    This was the year of the socially distanced Oscars, when the stars were vaccinated, tested, tested again. Most were kitted out with masks to match their designer outfits.

  • 23 Apr 2021

    In the wake of the judgment of the Derek Chauvin murder trail, Krishnan talks to James about the existence of racism and classicism within the gardening world.

  • 19 Apr 2021

    Should history create some form of national identity? Or simply give us a better sense of our place in an ever-changing world?

  • 17 Apr 2021

    Although the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral was scaled-down due to Covid, people across the country marked the occasion, mostly at home. For many it was also a chance to reflect on what the monarchy has meant to them, and how it’s changed over the course of the Duke of Edinburgh’s lifetime. We spent the afternoon…

  • 17 Apr 2021

    It’s been a month since the art world was turned upside down when Christie’s auctioned a digital-only piece of art for a record-breaking £50 million. More and more established artists are now producing digital-only work, we went to the centre of the digital art world, Los Angeles, to meet artists who say this is the…

  • 16 Apr 2021

    Ayesha Vardag is arguably Britain’s most well-known divorce lawyer. She’s famous for representing the rich and the powerful and big high worth divorce cases. 

  • 11 Apr 2021

    Friends and colleagues of the reality television star Nikki Grahame have said she “touched the lives of millions of people” – after she died at the age of 38. She had been receiving treatment for an eating disorder, after her mother said her illness had been made considerably worse by the pandemic.

  • 11 Apr 2021

    The second night of the BAFTA awards will be taking place tonight with an audience free ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall hosted by stars like Hugh Grant and Tom Hiddlestone. Awards including best film, director, and screenplay will be handed out virtually, with Nomadland and the British coming of age story Rocks leading the…

  • 11 Apr 2021

    Officials have warned people to stay cautious as England takes a major step to ease lockdown restrictions tomorrow – to minimise the risk of another wave of infections. The latest 24-hour government figures show 111,109 people received their first dose of the Covid vaccine yesterday meaning more than 32 million people have now received their…

  • 11 Apr 2021

    We spoke to the Bishop of Dover, Rose Hudson-Wilkin, who was also a chaplain to the Queen and began by asking her for personal memories of the Duke of Edinburgh.

  • 11 Apr 2021

    Dale Vince is a green energy industrialist and owner of ‘Ecotricity’. He’s also the owner of perhaps the greenest and only vegan football club, The Forest Green Rovers.