Chris Packham

Issue 1573

Chris Packham

In a Letter To my Younger Self interview, Chris Packham talks about his own life on earth: the difficulties a lack of understanding and diagnosis of autism caused him, how punk rock helped him to isolate from other people in his teens, and more.

Also inside

  • Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham is sick of seeing the UK lumbering from crisis to crisis. He tells us why we must move past culture wars to a position of prevention
  • A special investigation into why so many people are being failed by the benefits assessment system
  • With mortgage repayments rising again, we signpost the places people can turn to for help
  • Take a visit to a mural in Shoreditch that highlights how the street is the store for our vendors across the country
  • Celebrating 70 years of perhaps the most influential TV programme of all time, The Quatermass Experiment
  • As acclaimed Disney+ show The Bear returns we speak to Ebon Moss-Bachrach aka Cousin Richie
  • The extraordinary story of the grandson of a victim of Harold Shipman playing the serial killer on stage
  • And Bristol vendor Ana-Maria talks about how important her faith has been to her

Plus much more!

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