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Fire and Fury
A hurried skim examining of Trump's rise to power
Tramlines Festival
Tramlines 2017 Review
It's done and dusted now but the 9th edition of Tramlines festival transformed Sheffield yet another year and made sure to go out with a bang.
girl, short story, literature, creative writing, Gillen Reid, Kettle Mag
A Girl
Gillen Reid shares a short story with Kettle readers, titled 'A Girl'.
poker, creative writing, Gillen Reid, Kettle Mag
Poker
In our creative column, Gillen Reid shares a poem on poker.
uk, media, ownership, independent, news, Cameron Ridgway, Kettle Mag
The obscurity of UK media ownership
Media editor Cameron Ridgway considers the wider implications of the purchase of a large stake in the Independent by a Saudi investor.
collaboration, goals, difference, journalism, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Reflections on the collaborative spirit
Alex Veeneman considers how the collaborative spirit can help you make an important contribution to the media industry.
Classical, music, Proms, culture, Kettle Mag, Lorna Holland
Review: BBC Prom 30, 2017
Lorna Holland reviews an evening of fairytale-inspired classical music as she attends Prom 30 from the 2017 BBC Proms season at the Royal Albert Hall.
Lore, podcast, spooky, listening, social media, Jenny Edwards, Kettle Mag
Three spooky podcasts you should listen to
Jenny Edwards looks at three spooky podcasts that are worth a listen.
DevOps: The new role changing the world of computing
Jamie Mercer looks at the newly emerging world of DevOps, what it is and what it means for technology roles.
North Korea, United States, world, politics, William Sancroft, Kettle Mag
Trump's Korea threat
Political editor William Sancroft looks at the rhetoric from President Donald Trump in relations between North Korea and the United States.