19 January 2023
Grayson Perry's Art Club: The Exhibition at MAC
Grayson Perry's Art Club: The Exhibition, is the third of its kind - this time coming to Birmingham's MAC.
17 July 2022
Interview with stand-up comedian Sam Morrison
Sam talks about grief comedy, and how it has been useful as a coping mechanism after suffering loss during the height of the pandemic.
29 March 2022
How has Covid-19 impacted students' satisfaction with their courses?
A look into the effects of the pandemic on education with a focus on reported data and student and teacher opinions
24 February 2022
How has Covid-19 affected young people's health?
One of the most speculated facets of the global pandemic is its impact on young people’s health. However, the Department For Education has investigated precisely this through its new research report; so, how has the pandemic affected us?
21 February 2022
Might Covid create more jobs?
How isolation laws have affected the theatre industry
17 February 2022
Covid-19’s impact on the property market is leaving young people trapped
We take a look at how the pandemic affects younger people and in particular, our housing prospects.
28 January 2022
Bandcamp Fridays are returning from February
A new statement from the platform confirms that the beloved event is back on.
28 January 2022
Neil Young removed from Spotify following covid misinformation row
The iconic musician recently asked the streaming service to remove his work, following the spread of covid misinformation on the platform through Joe Rogan’s podcast.
19 January 2022
Cassetteboy releases ‘Rage Against the Party Machine’, taking aim at Boris Johnson
Known for their parodies of figures like Donald Trump and David Cameron, Cassetteboy has called out Boris Johnson and his recent Downing Street party antics in a new video.
17 January 2022
270 scientists send open letter to Spotify highlighting Joe Rogan’s Covid misinformation
Many cite Joe Rogan’s podcast as a hub for misinformation on Covid-19 vaccines, and now a large group of scientific professionals have called for Spotify to take action.
17 January 2022
Disabled musicians left in limbo amid Omicron fear
Music venues record ‘catastrophic’ drop in audience numbers but what does it mean for disabled artists and audience members?
10 January 2022
Venice: bubonic plague versus coronavirus
Is pandemic travel really that modern a phenomenon?
16 December 2021
How to stay safe this Christmas
Six easy things you can do to make Christmas safe for everyone.
15 November 2021
Significant rise in online hate speech in the UK since start of Covid pandemic
Reports have highlighted the worrying increase in online hate speech since the start of the pandemic and the effect it could be having on in-person hate crimes.
1 November 2021
Music Venues Trust calls new Beatles museum proposition “pointless nonsense”
The museum is to be the second in Liverpool dedicated to the legendary band, and was announced in chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Autumn budget and spending review
22 October 2021
UK not considering Covid Plan B despite WHO warning of ‘not healthy’ situation
Boris Johnson claims that the vaccination programme is currently enough to tackle a continuing rise in case numbers.
20 October 2021
UK’s music streaming market to be investigated by competition inquiry
It has been found that over one third of jobs in the British music industry were lost during the pandemic, according to a new report by UK Music.
18 October 2021
Matt Hancock has UN job offer withdrawn
The withdrawal may be the result of complaints following a report highlighting the government’s Covid failings whilst Hancock was health secretary.