We explore more similarities and differences between the coronavirus of 2020 and the plague of 17th century London. City lockdown, silence and noise in the streets, wild rumours and pandemic inequality.
The day the Blue Rebels rose-up and led a climate protest for the rising seas.
Kolkata has been called a city of furious energy, the city of joy, a dying city. It is teeming, intense, broken and modern, old British empire and a stronghold of Bengali pride and culture. It’s crumbling and developing, wealthy and poor. It’s digested a tragic history but has a unique soul where it’s almost obligatory…
Nightwalking’s early subversive reputation, a night stroll down Junkfood Junction and meeting the future King of Scotland.
In the 18th century the secret world of the molly house was a place for gay men to socialise, cross-dress and role-play. But it was also a place of danger and treachery.
Now a street in London’s lost history, Holywell Street was a narrow alleyway once notorious for radical politics and erotica…
A panda down an alleyway. A dalek rusting at the bottom of the Clyde. Abstract geometry in a garden. It’s the wonderful world of Glasgow street and graffiti art.
Walking down Woodlands Road, Glasgow yesterday I came across this piece of advert sabotage and subversion on a bus stop.
The final part of searching for the lost Molendinar Burn.
A short grubby true tale of a window, exhibitionism and Patsy Cline