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The Week

V. 1318
Magazine

The Week covers the Best of the British and Foreign Media. With its non partisan reporting, The Week gives the reader an insight into all the the news, people, arts, drama, property, books and how the international media has reported it. This concise guide allows the reader to be up to date and have a wealth of knowledge to allow them to discuss all these key topics with their friends and peers.

The main stories… …and how they were covered

THE WEEK

The Week

Politics

The UK at a glance

Europe at a glance

The world at a glance

People

Castaway of the week • This week’s edition of Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs featured entomologist and broadcaster George McGavin

Viewpoint: Food coffins

Farewell

The Arab Spring, ten years on • A decade ago this week, the Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak was deposed as mass protests spread across the Arab world

Islamism and the uprisings of 2011

IT MUST BE TRUE… I read it in the tabloids

Best articles: Britain

Biden cleans up: climate change in Washington

Israel’s vaccine roll-out: giving hope to the world?

What the scientists are saying…

Bringing back the tree frog

More girls self-harming

Jeff Bezos: the Amazon billionaire’s galactic ambitions

Gossip

Cumbrian coal: green hypocrisy?

Parish politics: a matter of order

Wit & Wisdom

Statistic of the week

Rugby union: Scotland finally break their Twickenham curse

Football: Phil Foden comes of age

American football: Brady makes it a magnificent seven

Sporting headlines

Pick of the week’s correspondence

Should we have vaccine passports?

Review of reviews: Books

Podcasts... on the young, and the not so young

Albums of the week: three new releases

Films to stream

Film and TV

ZeroZeroZero: a bleak new cartel saga

Artist of the week: Botticelli

News from the art world

Best books… David Lammy

The Week’s guide to what’s worth watching

The Archers: what happened last week

Book now

Houses in need of renovation

Food & Drink

Recipe of the week

Burgundy 2019

Consumer

New cars: what the critics say

The best… sewing machines

Obituaries

Companies in the news • ...and how they were assessed

Seven days in the Square Mile

Tesla: Elon Musk’s “mercurial power” is moving new markets

Talking points

How not to do it • Thinking of dabbling in shares? Then try and avoid some of my mistakes, says Sathnam Sanghera in The Times:

Commentators

City profiles

Shares

The last days of Robert Maxwell • In the months before his sudden death, Robert Maxwell behaved increasingly strangely. In an extract from a new book, John Preston writes that the media tycoon was besotted by his PA, £1bn in debt and reverting to childlike habits


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 56 Publisher: Dennis Publishing UK Edition: V. 1318

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: February 11, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

News & Politics

Languages

English

The Week covers the Best of the British and Foreign Media. With its non partisan reporting, The Week gives the reader an insight into all the the news, people, arts, drama, property, books and how the international media has reported it. This concise guide allows the reader to be up to date and have a wealth of knowledge to allow them to discuss all these key topics with their friends and peers.

The main stories… …and how they were covered

THE WEEK

The Week

Politics

The UK at a glance

Europe at a glance

The world at a glance

People

Castaway of the week • This week’s edition of Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs featured entomologist and broadcaster George McGavin

Viewpoint: Food coffins

Farewell

The Arab Spring, ten years on • A decade ago this week, the Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak was deposed as mass protests spread across the Arab world

Islamism and the uprisings of 2011

IT MUST BE TRUE… I read it in the tabloids

Best articles: Britain

Biden cleans up: climate change in Washington

Israel’s vaccine roll-out: giving hope to the world?

What the scientists are saying…

Bringing back the tree frog

More girls self-harming

Jeff Bezos: the Amazon billionaire’s galactic ambitions

Gossip

Cumbrian coal: green hypocrisy?

Parish politics: a matter of order

Wit & Wisdom

Statistic of the week

Rugby union: Scotland finally break their Twickenham curse

Football: Phil Foden comes of age

American football: Brady makes it a magnificent seven

Sporting headlines

Pick of the week’s correspondence

Should we have vaccine passports?

Review of reviews: Books

Podcasts... on the young, and the not so young

Albums of the week: three new releases

Films to stream

Film and TV

ZeroZeroZero: a bleak new cartel saga

Artist of the week: Botticelli

News from the art world

Best books… David Lammy

The Week’s guide to what’s worth watching

The Archers: what happened last week

Book now

Houses in need of renovation

Food & Drink

Recipe of the week

Burgundy 2019

Consumer

New cars: what the critics say

The best… sewing machines

Obituaries

Companies in the news • ...and how they were assessed

Seven days in the Square Mile

Tesla: Elon Musk’s “mercurial power” is moving new markets

Talking points

How not to do it • Thinking of dabbling in shares? Then try and avoid some of my mistakes, says Sathnam Sanghera in The Times:

Commentators

City profiles

Shares

The last days of Robert Maxwell • In the months before his sudden death, Robert Maxwell behaved increasingly strangely. In an extract from a new book, John Preston writes that the media tycoon was besotted by his PA, £1bn in debt and reverting to childlike habits


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