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We sent Millie Douce to meet FemBot and discuss what they’re all about…
“[Instrumental music] is very visual. There’s no singer bleating something over the top of it, locking you into one way…
Jack Casling talks to Chris (Simpsons artist) about his unlikely fame, his tricks and, of course, York.
Born in Thirsk, Sophie went on to study at Edinburgh College of Art and is now a freelancer with many exhibitions and projects underway.
Local author Sophie Nicholls’ novel ‘The Dress’ has reached number 5 in the official Kindle charts.
I loved filming in York, I walked to work everyday through its cobbled streets and the production offices were in the shadow of the glorious Minster, which I never tired of watching change colour as the light and clouds shifted.
Labour Party politician David Miliband visited University of York yesterday afternoon for a candid Q&A as he looks to the future following his unsuccesful leadership challenge and subsequent resignation from the shadow cabinet last year.
For this month’s ‘The People Who Make York’ interview we spoke to York Theatre Royal’s very own Berwick Kaler to chat about his thirty years in the panto, his relationship with York, and the weight of those frocks.
When not turning out for City of York Athletics Club, Richard Buck harbours a very real dream of representing Great Britain as part of the 400m relay team in the 2012 Olympics.
James Wreglesworth talks to about his new bar And All That Could Have Been on Goodramgate in York.
Xing, nestled on the corner of Shambles and Pavement, reinvents itself as purveyors of “feel good food”.