Big Zuu’s food revolution

Issue 1521

Big Zuu’s food revolution

Big Zuu

He’s the grime artist who accidentally became a TV chef – and also a double Bafta-winner and role model at just 26. With the cost-of-living crisis worsening, he serves up life-affirming advice to inspire young cooks across the country.

Summer Survival Guide

With nearly six in ten families struggling to cover essentials like food, rent and childcare, we launch a new series supporting people with information and tips to help them through difficult times.

Also inside

  • She’s now one of the UK’s most renowned crime writers, but Denise Mina used to think there was no point in reading
  • Rwandan playwright Kiki Katese writes about why her country’s history means they’re obliged to set an example and welcome refugees
  • John Bird outlines how focussing on rehabilitation in prisons could save millions
  • We hear from a Washington DC street paper about how the overturning of Roe vs Wade will impact poorer people most
  • Arthur Hughes is the first disabled man to play Richard III at the RSC. He explains why that matters
  • What happens when a superhero’s biggest enemy is the so-called fans? We look at how Ms. Marvel blew them away
  • Meet Ultimate Thunder – the most punk British band about
  • This week’s BetterPod talks to Laura Bates, founder of the Everyday Sexism Project
  • And vendor Jim Pelham in Salisbury tells us about playing a folk instrument called the bodhrán.

Plus much more!

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