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BBC Broadcasting House, media, Cameron Ridgway, Kettle Mag
Does BBC radio need more news?
Media Editor Cameron Ridgway considers government calls for more radio content to be broadcast on BBC Radio 1 and 2.
Justin Trudeau, feminism, Canada, world, Stephanie Hallson, Kettle Mag
Justin Trudeau's impact on gender equality
Justin Trudeau is a self-proclaimed feminist and Stephanie Hallson looks in to whether he has lived up to this claim.
goat, cute, animals, Frivolity, Jasmine Parr, Kettle Mag
Are goats really cute? I think not...
Jasmine Parr gives her reasons on why goats aren't cute.
Very British Problems
Rule Britannia: Top 5 things about being British
Tayler Finnegan looks at the top five frivolous things about being unashamedly British.
The New York Times, media, journalism, truth, Victoria Blake, Kettle Mag
The New York Times' new marketing campaign: 'The Truth Matters Now More Than Ever'
World Editor Victoria Blake takes a look at the meaning and motives behind the New York Times' new marketing campaign.
Womens Liberation Movement, 1970, Washington DC
Eleven women you should know about
Throughout history, women have created ground breaking products and pioneered movements. However, there are still so many that remained unnamed and unrecognised for there work.
George Osborne, Evening Standard, journalism, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
George Osborne and the matter of facts
As George Osborne prepares to take the editorship of the London Evening Standard, Alex Veeneman reflects on the importance of the truth, as the line between news and comment becomes blurred in the digital age.
America's Witches Are Coming for Trump
Current Affairs Editor Shauna Crossan looks at the Witches who are taking on Trump. As well as an interview with Jessica White, self-proclaimed Witch.
Kettle Mag: Rae Coppola
Women’s History Month: Top 10 inventions created by women
For Women's History Month 2017, women’s editor Rae Coppola looks at the best random inventions created by women, even if their patents were registered under a male name.
Sales of Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four surge in light of Donald Trump's Presidency staff
Are we about to see Nineteen Eighty-Four become a reality?