Tom Dormer, Online Science Editor, talks to YouTube Scientist and Wikicast co-host, Simon Clark, about how he makes accurate and informative science videos for a large audience.
Bryn Seltzer provides her top 5 skin products to keep you feeling youthful. Noticed that your smile lines looked slightly more pronounced in the mirror this morning? Maybe even some crows feet around your eyes? Don’t panic. Yes, you may be halfway to forty and yes, you may now be contemplating the new meaning of […]
Olivia Garrett interviews theatre-maker, David Glass, about his upcoming production of Dickens’ ‘Bleak House’ at the Northcott Theatre.
Freya Insoll reviews Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum and gives an insight into the expansive range of artefacts it has to offer.
Michael Rudling reports from St James Park as second-placed City hosted Forest Green Rovers, top of the table going into the game. Second-placed Exeter City hosted league-leaders Forest Green Rovers at St James Park today, where an early goal from Ryan Bowman secured what could be a vital 3 points in the Grecians’ promotion bid. […]
Lauren Haughey reviews Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s production of The Lovely Bones at Exeter’s Northcott Theatre.
Harry Caton, Senior Online Editor, compares the legacy of Apollo 11 to controversial proprosed projects of today.
Print editor Bryony Gooch reviews Unit 1’s new Monday club night
Holly Lamb discusses the “culture” of veganism Some claim it started with Deliciously Ella, with her glorious plates of vivid salad bowls and perfectly stylised cookbooks. Others say that the spread of veganism is closely aligned with health, nourishing the body and the mind. But the true question is – what is the future of […]
Scarlett Parr Reid, print science editor discusses her previous experiences struggling with homesickness.