• Blame: It’s always someone else’s fault (isn’t it?)

Blame: It’s always someone else’s fault (isn’t it?)

Issue 1024

Blame: It’s always someone else’s fault (isn’t it?)

BBC bosses, Italian scientists, parliamentary enquiries – Why do we now live in a culture of blame?

Also, in this week’s Big Issue

As Channel 4 celebrates its 30th birthday, Brooksideand Grange Hill creator Phil Redmond examines the current state of TV

Derren Brown’s Apocalypse show: psychologists consider if the magic has taken on a darker, more twisted form

Joey Barton on the disconnect between living in the moment and a society living through technology

Mitch Winehouse on the projects being funded by the Amy Winehouse Foundation

Alexander Armstrong in Letter to My Younger Self

John Bird on the lessons to be learnt from the Savile horrors

Plus, Honor Blackman in My Week, Sarah Alexander, new US comedy import Girls, the week’s cultural highlights in your area, Street Lights, competitions, and much more!

The Big Issue

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