One woman’s exploration of the question: what is folk music anyway? Carolyn Scott details her troubles in finding a definition for Scottish folk music that actually fits.
What does it mean when there’s no one on TV or in films that really looks like you? When you can’t find a character to relate to does it make you an outcast, a stranger or “not allowed”?
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Our in-house podcast fanatic, Rachel Mackie, gives a rundown of what’s new and what’s hot in the land of podcasts.
When the 2016 junior doctors’ dispute kicked off one former doctor-turned-scriptwriter armed himself with a pen.
Now Adam Kay’s debut book is set to be adapted into a major eight-part BBC comedy-drama exploring the secret diaries of a junior doctor.
Self-driving trucks, automated checkouts, delivery drones, entire factories run by a workforce of robots. This is the new industrial revolution – but will robots force us to consider new economic models and to be… more human?