Laura Kelly
Laura Kelly
Laura Kelly is a multimedia journalist, award-winning columnist and podcaster with a longstanding passion for The Big Issue's social mission. She is the Culture Editor of The Big Issue.
Richard Osman: ‘I’m not that smart’
interview

Richard Osman: ‘I’m not that smart’

30 years on, Bram Stoker’s Dracula is still the most beautiful film committed to celluloid
Film

30 years on, Bram Stoker’s Dracula is still the most beautiful film committed to celluloid

These photos show life through the eyes of food bank users
food banks

These photos show life through the eyes of food bank users

Jarvis Cocker to raise money for NHS with new This Is Going To Hurt soundtrack LP 
Music

Jarvis Cocker to raise money for NHS with new This Is Going To Hurt soundtrack LP 

Can green King Charles change government policy on climate change?
King Charles

Can green King Charles change government policy on climate change?

Richard Osman: ‘The Bullet That Missed isn’t the end for the Thursday Murder Club’
Books

Richard Osman: ‘The Bullet That Missed isn’t the end for the Thursday Murder Club’

Celebrate the Queen with her favourite music, film, TV and more
Queen Elizabeth

Celebrate the Queen with her favourite music, film, TV and more

Best of BetterPod: Will Poulter, Laura Bates, Darren McGarvey, Sophia Smith Galer and more
future generations

Best of BetterPod: Will Poulter, Laura Bates, Darren McGarvey, Sophia Smith Galer and more

Arcade Fire tour: ‘Just some humans doing our best’
Review

Arcade Fire tour: ‘Just some humans doing our best’

Act now to stop Terminator future, says ethicist William MacAskill
podcast

Act now to stop Terminator future, says ethicist William MacAskill

Aidan Turner: ‘It does feel like there is change happening’
TV

Aidan Turner: ‘It does feel like there is change happening’

BetterPod: Will Poulter and Aneita Lewis on the cost-of-living crisis
Financial insecurity

BetterPod: Will Poulter and Aneita Lewis on the cost-of-living crisis

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