Big Futures

Issue 1536

Big Futures

The UK’s state of flux and confusion has been a constant for months, so this week we launch our Big Futures campaign calling for the government to invest in long-term planning to prevent catastrophe for future generations

Lorraine Kelly still gets a buzz when she remembers the astronaut who sat on her sofa

Bill Nighy talks about seizing the day as his new film Living is released, and its writer, Nobel-winning Kazuo Ishiguro, explains why his latest study of “a certain kind of Englishness” is relevant now

Queen legend Brian May talks about the magic of stereoscopic photography

Eurotrash presenter Antoine de Caunes ponders whether Brexit is the real legacy of the TV cult classic

And Bristol vendor Euzefina shares how the cost-of-living crisis has made magazine sales more vital

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