Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro reviews the return of the Gallagher Premiership, as Exeter Chiefs continued where they had left off before lockdown. 166 days after the last tackle was made in anger, Gallagher Premiership Rugby returned on Friday night and despite the game between Harlequins and Sale Sharks not exactly being a classic, it […]
Reopening of pubs leads to police dealing with ‘manic’ Saturday night in Exeter Police reportedly arrested seven people on ‘manic’ Saturday night of 18 July 2020, with the reopening of the pubs after lockdown being blamed. Incidents caused by alcohol, including fights, drunk drivers and intoxicated people, led to seven people being taken into Exeter Custody […]
Deputy Editor, Richard Ainslie discusses his creative lockdown. Basket weaving is his latest pursuit.
Richard Ainslie describes his own experience with lockdown and the unique problems it has presented his family
Rhian Hutchings tackles the topic of diaries during lockdown, and how they can help us better understand ourselves in these uncertain times.
Print Features Editor Bethany Collins shines a light on the power influencers have over our spending habits and how the coronavirus lockdown has made us question the role they play in our lives.
Elizabeth Brown discusses the BBC’s watery new adaptation of this beloved classic.
Harry Edmundson reviews Charli XCX’s new pandemic album to transport a generation out of lockdown.
Ariane Joudrey discusses the implications that streaming theatrical productions may have on the experience of the viewer and how this may influence the way in which people respond the the return of live theatre
Harry Edmundson reviews the BBC’s attempt at a zoom-radio festival.