Neil Atkinson talks about one of his favourite fictional worlds - Inspector Morse - and the comfort of familiarity.
We take a walk around the Baltic with Liverpool Biennial's new Artistic Director to find out how an art biennial connects to a city.
“The danger with dancing to your own tune is that you need regular outside input to know if that tune is any good”
Liverpool culture is recognised all around the world, but how do we grasp the multitude of conversations and ideas that make a place what it is, if we're just passing through?
Niloo Sharifi catches up with internationally renowned artists to get their perspective on the future (and past) of cultural identity.
The Double Negative's new collection of essays looking at the still unfolding impact of 2008 And All That.
The team behind a vibrant L8 community force talk to us for episode three of the arts and culture podcast
Our plans for marking 100 issues of the pink pages
Songwriter Nick Ellis takes us on a psycogeographic tour of the city
Jayne Casey and Bryan Biggs unearth some stories from The Bluecoat's archive
"Women’s voices are shouting louder than ever before but their autonomy is still being eroded"
The role of the arts centre has changed markedly over the past century, as communities and our attitudes to the arts morph around them. Julia Johnson begins her look at this interesting phenomenon by focussing on city centre arts hubs The Bluecoat and The Black-E, wondering how they have shaped the city, and the city them.