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Cheltenham Science Festival Preview
Festivals Editor Laura looks ahead to the next event in Cheltenham Festivals' calendar, Cheltenham Science Festival. Check out her Top 5 recommendations for the event.
Peter Sallis, Wallace and Gromit
Peter Sallis: the voice that enthralled generations
After the death of actor Peter Sallis, TV editor Tayler Finnegan looks at his decade-spanning career.
graduate, student life, transition, Alex Ramsden, Kettle Mag
The end of the student experience
Alex Ramsden reflects on the transition from student to post graduate, and what happens from here.
Barn On The Farm, festivals, culture, music, Laura Brown, Kettle Mag
What's new in the world of festivals
Festivals editor Laura Brown gets you caught up on what you missed from the world of festivals.
Nour Hassaine, KettleMag, Untitled
A creative writing piece by Nour Hassaine about a mysterious letter...
Jeremy Corbyn, students, tuition, politics, William Sancroft, Kettle Mag
Corbyn's debt free vision
Political editor William Sancroft considers the implications of Jeremy Corbyn's plans for student tuition fee debt.
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Nearly half of consumers can't spot fake news
Media Editor Cameron Ridgway considers the results of a new survey into UK consumers' attitudes to fake news.
Women's Championship League, football, Kirsty McFarlane, Kettle Mag
French or French: Who won the Women's Champions League Final?
Kirsty McFarlane reviews the recent Women's Champions League Final between Lyon and PSG
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Facebook: your General Election guide?
World Editor Victoria Blake explores how Facebook users in the UK can compare issues against candidates to decide on who to vote for in the upcoming General Election.
Champions League, final, football, Kirsty McFarlane, Kettle Mag
Preview: Champions League Final
Football writer Kirsty McFarlane takes a look at the upcoming European final between Juventus and Real Madrid.