Amelia Dimoldenberg

Interviews

Kent Jones is More than Just the DJ Khaled Protégé Behind “Don't Mind”

“I’m not one of these guys that get a one-off hit, pop a couple bottles at the club, shoot a video, blow a load of money at the strip club and then back to the bottom again – that’s not who I am.”
Amelia Dimoldenberg
8.3.16
Stuff

An Interview with the Guy Behind a New Dating Site for Conspiracy Theorists

Are you looking for love and also believe that shape-shifting reptilian aliens control the Earth? Here's the online dating site you've been after!
Amelia Dimoldenberg
5.22.16
Is University Still Worth It?

What It's Really Like to Go On 'University Challenge'

Ahead of tonight's final, we spoke to some former contestants about what's it like to compete on the show, and how it tends to stick with you when you're done.
Amelia Dimoldenberg
4.18.16
Culture

How to Make a Play About Technology as Human as Possible

'Darknet' opens this week at London's Southwark Playhouse. Playwright Rose Lewenstein and director Russell Bender discuss their creative process.
Amelia Dimoldenberg
4.11.16
News

Does Anyone Actually Know What We Still Manufacture in the UK?

Earlier this week, TATA steel announced that it would be ceasing production in the UK. What's left now? Anything? We asked some people on the street if they had any idea what stuff we make in this country.
Amelia Dimoldenberg
3.31.16
News

Local Library Users Talk About How Closures Will Affect Them

In six years, 350 libraries have closed, with another 111 due to be axed within the next 12 months. We asked who still uses libraries, and what for?
Amelia Dimoldenberg
3.30.16
Film

Coming Soon: We Spoke to Movie Trailer Directors About the Art of Teasing an Audience

Promo for a blockbuster can start 18 months before its release, so there are plenty of trailers for movie fans to sink their teeth into. But what's the secret of one that sticks?
Amelia Dimoldenberg
3.30.16
News

We Asked People On the Street What It Should Take for Politicians to Resign

'If politicians resigned because they didn't come through on their policies, we wouldn't have any politicians left.'
Amelia Dimoldenberg
3.23.16
Stuff

We Asked Female Tennis Players If They Think Men Really Deserve All the Glory

Following the comments from a tennis tournament CEO that men have "carried" the sport, we spoke to women involved in grassroots tennis in the UK.
Amelia Dimoldenberg
3.22.16
News

We Asked People If Osborne's Saving Scheme Is Actually Worthwhile

Mostly the answers seem to be, "I can't afford to save" and "What would I be saving for?"
Amelia Dimoldenberg
3.16.16
News

Turns Out Poppers Aren't Banned in the UK, Even Though Politicians Thought They Were

They're not being included in the Psychoactive Substances Act because, say the government's drug advisors, there's just no point.
Amelia Dimoldenberg
3.16.16
News

What This Year's Inflation Basket Tells Us About the Passions of British People

Every year the Office of National Statistics tracks what British consumers care about and puts all those products in the "inflation basket". This is both what was added and removed from the basket this year.
Amelia Dimoldenberg
3.15.16
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