A rough-edged but arresting take on Brecht’s satire
HARRY SHUKMAN investigates a bar in Cambridge which is decorated with pictures of Nazis, the KKK and 9/11
ADRIAN GRAY goes into the future and all he does is check out The Tab…
It’s boring when a college is brilliant. It takes much more guile to be really rather rubbish. Cast your vote for the worst college in Cambridge!
LUKE ILOTT speaks to Peter Singer, the philosopher once labelled “the most dangerous man on earth”.
MARK can’t stop you from voting in the elections today – but he can prove that it is mathematically futile.
Guardian Editor Alan Rusbridger talks to NATALIE GIL about tabloids, liberal stereotypes and journalism’s uncertain future.
‘Yeah, I’m going to defend Hitler. And I’m going to win too.’ IZZY BAYNHAM-HERD talks to ‘devil’s advocate’ GIOVANNI DI STEFANO.
THE THEATRE GUIDE DOG holds the fort while you scribble away at your scripts. A few people are still using the other kind of script this week, and here they are.