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Can Dougie Poynter Help Return UK Rock to Its Former Glory? PHOENIX Has the World Exclusive on New Band INK

Organically grown, the new creative venture from McFly’s bassist aims to prove that INK has staying power

Sci-Fi Cinema, Feminist Poetry, Social Bingo… Is Your March Diary Ready For Our Hand-Picked Delights?

Culture vultures, sharpen your claws

Jo Hartley Is a Brilliantly British Actress – But Her Cultural Influences Span from Italy to Japan

The star of Bliss and This Is England shares the book, play, film, music and place that have made her…

Murky British Drama Dark River Delivers a Hit of Social Realism with Its Emotive Storytelling

Clio Barnard’s latest film is a ghost story set in the Yorkshire wilds – and we all know how well…

Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist Proves Rich in Entertainment But Short on Depth

Lorna Tucker’s documentary is a fun, if frothy, journey through the iconic designer’s life

Do Books About Great Women Put Yet More Perfectionist Pressure on Girls?

Stories reclaiming history for women are riding high in the charts – but our new Books Editor has mixed feelings…

Sound Beginnings: Three Debut Albums You Should Be Listening To This Month

From emotive soul to kaleidoscopic electronic pop, get acquainted with these formative works by music’s hottest emerging male artists

Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves: Celebrate International Women’s Day with Our Female-Fronted Playlist

Up with the volume, down with the patriarchy

From Open Mics to International Acclaim, Hip Hop Trio Foreign Beggars Are Defying Genres and Smashing Expectations

The rising TV and radio star explains how it feels to be living her dream – and the hard graft…

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