Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning Jonathan Wilson Jonathan Liew and Flo Lloyd-Hughes to discuss wins for Manchester City and Spurs Liverpool’s semi-slump Phil Neville and the sad passing of a true great
In the second of two episodes Linda Geddes explores how the cosmos has influenced politics and power and how our relationship with the night sky might change in the future
A thriving graffiti culture has been brewing for decades in Beijing featuring Chinese characters animals of the zodiac ... and complaints about the price of pork
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The ‘King of the Kippax’ has died aged 74 after a short illness – we take a look back at the career of the legendary Manchester City midfielder
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In 1974 the German photographer set out to convey the truth about how people really lived in the communist GDR – depicting her fellow citizens with a ‘timeless coolness’
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Tom Goldner photographed the Australian Alps following the 2020 fires as a way of recording changes in the landscape brought on by humans
Max Rushden is joined by Nicky Bandini Sid Lowe Archie Rhind-Tutt and Lars Sivertsen to discuss the latest European action
Our cartoonist looks back at ill-judged decisions made by footballers clubs politicians and more over the Christmas period
We’d like to hear from those who are at high risk from coronavirus and are having to shield during the new national lockdown
Jürgen Klopp was left frustrated after the 1-0 defeat to Southampton followed draws against West Brom and Newcastle
Paul Cupido’s Japan series is inspired by a saying of the Chinese philosopher Zhuangzi: ‘An empty room will be filled with light because of its emptiness’
Linda Geddes explores our relationship with the cosmos from using stars to predict the future to understanding how the sun impacts our biological processes
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