BN1 chats to… Childcare

BN1 chats to… Childcare | BN1 Starting an interview at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar after the final gig of a twelve-date tour while half the band are carrying their gear out to the van and the other half are packing up merch and untangling a hanger/string/sunglasses combination sounds a litle bit chaotic, but I think […]

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Campaign to create care packages for homeless women

Campaign to create care packages for homeless women A magazine founder is raising money to distribute care packages to homeless women in Brighton this winter. Caitlin-Finn Ballard, 22, who works at a music agency in London and co-runs King Mob Magazine, got the idea after watching BBC documentary Girls Living on the Streets of Brighton, […]

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BN1 chats to… Wild Front

BN1 chats to… Wild Front | BN1 While standing in the doorway of a closed noodle bar next door to The Hope & Ruin, I caught up with Southampton-based Wild Front who took some time out of their post-festival UK tour to talk local venues and upcoming releases.   […]

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How are LGBT+ Characters Presented in Sitcoms?

How are LGBT+ Characters Presented in Sitcoms? Across TV, especially sitcoms, there is an increasing amount of good LGBT+ representation. The first ever LGBT+ character I was aware of on TV was Friends’ Carol Willick, who we meet early on in Season 1 following her separation from Ross Gellar because she’s a lesbian. […]

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Local People to See This Festival Season

Local People to See This Festival Season Hampshire is home to a huge amount of talented artists, from the folk punk prowess of Frank Turner to Craig David, who, according to my editor, is definitely famous in Florida and “Big enough to play at the Queen’s birthday party”. If that isn’t an endorsement, I’m not […]

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