The Weekend Edition is a refined mix of music, news and guests to see you through your weekend.
We explore the history of radio-production duo Kitchen Sisters with Davia Nelson, English novelist Niven Govinden speaks about his latest book and the author, zoologist and publishing entrepreneur Hector Macdonald of Advanced Editions drops in.
CNN’s man in Baghdad, Michael Ware is one of few western journalists to have reported from insurgent camps. An avid rugby fan, we met him in Paris where he was covering the World Cup. He selects the touristy Thai restaurant…
As more and more chefs blur the boundary between kitchen and table, we visit the entrepreneurs who are inventing new ways to heighten the restaurant experience. We dropped in on all manner of temporary food events – from a lofty supper club to a pop-up diner in a car park. And we meet the chefs who urge new thinking about what makes a good meal, including not just what to eat, but where and with whom to share it.
Our March issue focuses on all things Nippon: Japan's foreign ministry, craft capitals, media might, fashion heroes and Olympic odyssey. Oh, and we've thrown in a cartoon robot cat for good measure - now available online.
There’s nothing that irritates architects more than the word ‘cosy’. We believe they should rethink their view. Whether it’s a grand urban master plan or simple apartment block, the vast majority of us are looking for intimacy, good lighting and sensible scales.