How we all came to love the Regent’s Canal

The alternate and very “un-London” pace of life on the water is reaching a tipping point

13 Mar 2017

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Dame Evelyn Glennie is in residence in King’s Cross

The Bjork collaborator has been hired to create a unique site-specific work for the area

01 Feb 2017

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‘As an independent LGBT bar you must adapt to survive’

What’s it like working at tiny subterranean LGBT spot the New Bloomsbury Set? Clare Hand speaks to bartender Matt Lawrence

25 Oct 2016

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Back to school? David Waters, journalist/counsellor

Over the next three weeks, we meet professionals who have established themselves in one field – only to enjoy success in another

15 Sep 2016

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What’s it like running a traditional boozer nowadays?

Meet Gerry McGlynn, who’s been at the helm of his pub off the Euston Road for 25 years

09 Aug 2016

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What was a King’s Cross boozer like in the 1940s?

The Scottish Stores on Caledonian Road has a fascinating story. We hear how one man has recorded his family’s long association with it

10 Jun 2016

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The life and times of the King’s Cross news stand guy

It’s been there since 1914, and has withstood two world wars, the 7/7 bombings, and gentrification. Meet Andy Stephenson, who’s been at the helm for the last 23 years

08 Jun 2016

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Cerys Matthews: ‘It’s the best job in the world’

The musician and radio presenter on her BBC 6 show, her upcoming festival, and why she’s hosting next weekend’s Poetry & Lyrics event in King’s Cross

02 Jun 2016

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Public Speaking: Shofi Muhammod, youth worker

‘The hot topic for young people is radicalisation’

19 Apr 2016

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Video: Elton John playing at St Pancras just now

One of the UK’s biggest stars popped by to play a tune or two to a few (thousand) commuters

04 Feb 2016

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