Glastonbury village is a world away from the festival that made its name and the relationship between the two is far from harmonious
From a wine festival in King’s Cross to Karaoke in Borough, here’s what to see and do in the capital
Spend a week with polar bears and share the results on Instagram. Embark on a colonial guilt tour. Help Britain reduce its international plastic burden by taking all your rubbish home with you.
The eighties were renowned for their drunkenness and much of it took place at this iconic Soho drinking hole
Living in London can make you feel far from nature. But these five animal experiences will put you back in touch with the animal kingdom in no time at all.
Ed Sheeran made his name through live gigs but now it’s algorithms that determine who and what we listen to
Our guide to what to see and do in the capital this weekend, from food and bars to theatre
The careers of our most famous authors are often surprising. Stephen King was a school janitor before becoming a bestselling novelist and Hillary Mantel was a social worker.
Jo Brand got into hot water with her joke about Nigel Farage, so what are the new rules for modern humour?
Check out this week’s London Fix for a bitesize roundup of what to see and do in the capital
Jeremy Corbyn famously doesn’t read books but how do the Tory leadership candidates fare? From Fantastic Mr Fox to the Fountainhead, we reveal their favourite titles.
Avoid the crowded parks this summer and discover the city’s hidden gardens
From Winston Churchill to William Wilberforce, drug use has always been rife in British politics
While the Jeremy Kyle Show came under fire for its ethics, Love Island has survived unscathed
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Fill your weekend with secret gardens, Italian opulence and seaside cocktails
From smart phone addiction to internet dating, Brooker is about to turn his lens on us again
‘I hope that this summer can change people’s attitudes to women’s sport, and help to give girls real aspirational role…
London is packed with great restaurants and wondrous works of art. Here’s our guide to pairing paintings with places to…
You’ll be gone before you know it thanks to Brexit so you might as well have fun while you’re there
In her flower show Notebook, Ursula Buchan asks whether Chelsea’s gardens are part of our ‘throw away’ culture
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