One woman’s battle against domestic abuse
(4 minute read) Bridget O’Sullivan speaks to an unlikely heroine who used her own suffering to help others.
Editorial: Kindness is still a virtue
(1 minute read) The saying might feel a little outdated, but kindness is a virtue. It still is, as rare as it is becoming these days.
What’s wrong in Hong Kong?
(7 minute read) Edward Kendall hears first hand from Benedict Rogers, the founder of Hong Kong Watch, about the worrying changes taking place in the former British colony.
Editorial: Rebuilding trust
(1 minute read) A different kind of journalism is not only possible, but necessary, argues Ronnie Convery
Quit judging others
(2 minute read) Nicole Law recommends the habit of looking at context before we jump to conclusions about other people.
The Adamah Antidote : Episode 1
(1 minute read) In episode 1 of our brand new podcast series, we speak to Maddy Fry about the changing shape of journalism.
Press power and infobesity
(3 minute read) Nicole Law calls for readers to adopt a healthier diet of news and opinion.
Faking the past: when debunking becomes distorting
(5 minute read) An exhibition about the Emperor Nero made Lisa Fraser ask how we should deal with history's 'fake news'.
The news will make you dumb
(6 minute read) Allen Mendenhall suggests a novel approach to staying informed, consuming news and understanding current affairs.
The changing shape of journalism
(7 minute read) Maddy Fry analyses big changes in the UK media landscape, and asks where journalism goes from here.