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    Darius Parvizi-Wayne

    A Nation Under Siege

    Darius Parvizi-Wayne spent three weeks in lockdown at the end of his five month stay in Italy. Here he recalls the empty streets with a mixture of verse and visuals.

    Review: Madlib and Freddie Gibbs – Bandana

    Madlib is perhaps hip-hop’s greatest enigma. In a career spanning almost three decades he has studied a variety of genres, masterfully integrating them into...

    Interview: David Aaronovitch

    "The people’s whose future depends on this question are overwhelmingly against the thing we have decided for their future. That’s a problem."

    Interview: Peter Singer

    Over Skype, Peter Singer is the consummate philosopher: calm, reasoned but possessing a distinct alacrity when answering questions pertaining to his work. It is...

    James Blake: Finding Himself In Someone Else

    He has candidly burst from the shell of self-doubt, willing to share his emotions with us, the fans, and his love with his significant other.

    Restaurant Review: Oli’s Thai

    It is high time that I write a negative review. After my gushing fascination with Peppers, infatuation with Pan Pan, and absolute satisfaction with...

    Restaurant Review: Peppers

    Peppers embodies everything great about this little, funny city

    Restaurant Review: Pan Pan

    A restaurant where Korean food can finally garner the acclaim it deserves.

    Lunch with Cherwell: Giles Coren

    Giles Coren talks controversy, children, and college wives over lunch at Pompette

    Restaurant Review: Jee Saheb

    The traditional restaurant sticks to the classics from India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan

    Restaurant Review: Zheng

    This Chinese-Malaysian in Jericho didn't live up to expectations

    ‘Cowboy Woman’ is Thailand’s celebrity street food chef

    In Chiang Mai's bustling streets, there is an unusual celebrity who embodies Thailand's love of food