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Judges Paul Hollywood and Dame Prue Leith on the return of The Great British Bake Off
Calling the shots
Ted Danson plays an unlikely mayor of Los Angeles in a new comedy series
Revisiting Nirvana’s special relationship with the British music scene
Last man standing
Ben Schnetzer stars as the only man left on Earth following a global catastrophe
Martin Clunes reprises his role as a real-life detective in a chilling new series of Manhunt
SAVIOUR IN SPACE
Jared Harris plays a far-seeing scientist in epic sci-fi saga Foundation
Rita and the residents bid farewell to Norris
Chaos descends on the cobbles as the legendary Norris Cole is laid to rest.
Can Melissa McCarthy save us from a James Corden-voiced AI?
Victoria Coren Mitchell tackles bizarre challenges in the new series of Taskmaster
Martin Compston and Iain Glen star in a supernatural thriller
CFA Breeder Publishes New Book About Siberians
A new breed book, The Siberian Cat, written by long-term CFA breeder Alice Wright, was released via Amazon, in paperback and Kindle formats on May 26, 2021. The book is a comprehensive history of the breed, providing extensive details of how the Siberian cat has traveled and expanded its conquest into hearts and families all over the world.
THE ART OF ZOË MOZERT
Zoë Mozert was born Alice Adelaide Moser in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on April 27, 1907. Her father was Fred William Moser, a mechanical engineer of German ancestry, and her mother was Jessie Mable Hatfield of Ohio.
Interview – Damon Johnson
On the hard-rocking battle lessons, the former Black Star Riders/Alice Cooper/Thin Lizzy guitarist establishes himself as a force of one
The Detonations of Alice Neel
A survey of her portraits at the Met is packed with raw emotional power.
THAT MISSING YEARS OF XK120
Kieran Lillis explains the previously unrecorded and lost years of the 1951 Darwin to Alice Springs world record breaking XK120. How it survived unscathed is astounding.
Artist Emily Mason's 4,700-Square-Foot Studio Is Just As She Left It
She painted there for 40 years.
Session and solo bassist Leanne Bowes recalls the key moments that took her career to the next level
Joy for both dogs and humans in walking
Black Magic Woman
A conversation with ORIANTHI: Her new album, “the biggest guitar gig in the world,” trading licks with ROBBY KRIEGER, marvelling at JEFF BECK — and, oh yeah, gear galore!
MARYAM and NIVAAL REHMAN became activists when they were eight years old, inspiring girls in their village in Pakistan to continue their education. The now 19-year-old twins have since worked for such causes as girls’ education, climate justice, gender equality and inclusivity. They have their own non-profit, The World With MNR, that uses advocacy, storytelling and development to take action and inspire others to do the same. They have used their social media and YouTube channels to cover several events, including the Social Good Summit in New York City, the Girl Up Leadership Summit in Washington D.C., and interviews with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai, and Madame Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank. They have received several awards, including the Governor General’s Caring Canadian Award. Recently they released a documentary on the status of girls’ education in Pakistan and held global screenings to spark further conversation and inspire action.