Noel Gallagher

Issue 1564

Noel Gallagher

In April 1994, Supersonic introduced the world to Oasis. The band’s debut single was a pulsing, fearless, pop culture shifting song.

It also did something else significant. The lyrics mention The Big Issue, forever cementing what was at the time a young street magazine into a definite part of British life. No maybes about it.

Since that time, Noel Gallagher has remained a voice to be listened to and reckoned with. And in this week’s magazine he lets loose again, lamenting the damage caused by Brexit, the Tories and ​”all this woke shit that’s now foisted upon everybody”.

Also inside

  • Having spent years beckoning doves from above, Vic Reeves aka Jim Moir is taking his love of birds to another level. We join his hunt for bearded tits with wife Nancy Sorrell and Chris Packham on Morcambe Bay 
  • Yellowjackets and The Last of Us star Melanie Lynskey talks about having her moment after 30 years in the industry
  • Radio presenter Connie McLaughlin writes about what it was like to discover you have ADHD live on air
  • How photo wallets through the decades puts our social history into focus
  • And Burton-on-Trent vendor Dalila explains that selling again after lockdowns was like “coming back from the dead”

Plus much more!

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