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Serge Pizzorno and Noel Fielding

Bum-biting banter with Noel Fielding and Serge Pizzorno!

Psychedelic partners-in-crime Noel Fielding and Serge Pizzorno talk croquet, Glastonbury - and rock'n'roll vs broccoli

Paul McNamee

Going it alone

"Imagine the loneliness of seeing the world move at pace around you but you’re in a bubble of solitude..."

Refugees make a tremendous contribution to British society

Britain has a moral duty to welcome Syrian refugees, says Rabbi Danny Rich from Liberal Judaism

James Frey

"Nobody’s ever tried to do something at this scale before"

Steven MacKenzie

From Oprah ignominy to reaching his Endgame, James Frey is building a franchise empire

North Wales Housing - A Big Issue Big List Subscriber

Social enterprise North Wales Housing provides homes for people in need, investing resources in communities and places

Birmingham, January 1969. © Nick Hedges / National Media Museum, Bradford

Homelessness: Then and now

Adam Forrest

Photographer Nick Hedges on why the slum housing pictures he took for Shelter in the 1960s are still relevant today…

Helen McCrory

Helen McCrory: “How dare you not support other women?!"

Andrew Burns

Peaky Blinders' Helen McCrory on playing Aunt Polly, working-class Britain - and the lack of feminists in today's society

The kids are still alright!

Adrian Lobb

Kids' TV today, from Sarah and Duck to Spongebob to Adventure Time, inspires like the shows of our youth

"No one has died from a spider bite in Britain"

Vicky Carroll

Lawrence Bee from the British Arachnological Society talks webs, widows and why spiders end up in the bath

Sandie Shaw

Sandie Shaw: "I didn’t understand my own sexuality"

Jane Graham

Sandie Shaw, 67, on feminism, working with The Smiths - and cutting out toxic relationships

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