Inside No. 9

Issue 1615

Inside No. 9

Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton have created the most marvellous, macabre, genre-melding anthology series of all time. As Inside No. 9 comes to its end (of sorts), they reflect on what the possibility of what a half-hour TV comedy can do. 

Also inside

  • Big Issue’s blueprint for change: join our campaign to end poverty for good
  • How we could quickly fall into a food crisis unless farmers are better protected
  • Drama was off limits to Liz Carr as a child but the actor and activist shares how she eventually found acceptance in a Letter To My Younger Self
  • Photography exhibition After the End of History explores life through the lenses of working-class artists
  • How FOMO is being replaced by FOSO – the Fear Of Switching Off from work to the point of burnout
  • And York vendor Vasile tells us how his dance moves have made him a viral star

Plus much more!

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