Introducing the Top 10s of 2021

It was quite a tumulteous year, but there were definitely some positives to come out of 2021. Join us as we take a look back at some of them.   

Introducing the Top 10s of 2021

Phew, what a year. At moments it dragged at a snail's pace, and then next thing you know it's December and you haven't even started Christmas shopping! Going into 2021 we all believed that it was going to be a year of recovery, and while we are starting to see the lighthouse on the edge of the horizon, we still have rough seas ahead. That said, our voyage through the turbulant ocean that was the past year was not without rewards – often in the form of excellent output from the creative sector. We have pulled together top 10 lists looking at some of the best of the best in entertainment from 2021, and then a quick chaser of some of the biggest news stories. Finally we offer a pallete cleanser in the form of some of our favourite articles posted to Voice in the last 12 months.  

Of course, with any Top 10, these lists are not definitive, and we are likely to have forgotten a few things, or perhaps you completely disagree with us about one of our additions. Whatever the reason, we want to hear from you, fellow culture lovers! So do join us on all our social channels to let us know your thoughts on our top 10 roundups! We can be found @voicemaguk on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram!

Top 10 albums of 2021


(Published 26 December)

Top 10 TV series of 2021


(Published 27 December)

Top 10 books of 2021


(Published 28 December)

Top 10 video games of 2021


(Published 29 December)

Top 10 films of 2021

(Published 30 December)

Top 10 news stories of 2021

(Published 31 December)

Top 10 Voice articles of 2021

(Published 1 January 2022)


Tom Inniss

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Tom is the Editor of Voice. He is a politics graduate and holds a masters in journalism, with particular interest in youth political engagement and technology. He is also a mentor to our Voice Contributors, and champions our festivals programme, including the reporter team at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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