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Attitudes are shifting but is Britain ready to change?
A story about Cuba, the collapse of the Soviet Union, chickens on roofs and organic food.
Artefact talks to playwright and journalist Lucy Prebble about writing, neuroscience and not being very keen on awards ceremonies.
The Zellner brothers compose a inspiring, strange and obsessive adventure story of an urban legend searching for fictional treasure buried in the 1996 cult classic film Fargo.
The faster your heart beats, the more dark, twisted and disturbing the gaming world around you becomes until you fight your fear.
The 87th Academy Awards will be remembered as the year where politics and injustice took to centre stage as speeches continue to focus on democracy.
Plans to redevelop Brixton arches isn’t only about shop keepers loosing their businesses, it also represents one of London’s most diverse boroughs loosing its uniqueness.
Artefact talks to Gus Nwanya-Aliyu, aka The Boy Geniuz: a photographer showing a rarely seen side of the London Underground.
New York’s ‘High Line effect’ may be about to hit south-east London, with plans for an elevated park on an old coal railway.
Artefact picks seven twitter accounts to follow for a different angle to the mainstream.
Worth attending time and time again just to taste what the next menu has to offer.
Artefact caught up with Jon Snow shortly after the Paris attacks to discuss liberty, free speech and press freedom.
One of the tallest skyscrapers in London has built a free sky garden on its roof, but its hardly a garden.
Gentrification and sky-high rents have dominated the news in London of late. But away from the headlines, the capital’s music culture is taking a beating…
Uber has changed the way many people travel, but should it be tackling allegations of harassment and that it smears its critics?
Show is axed following petition in retaliation to on-stage comments over rape and the misogynist ‘lad’ culture he allegedly encourages.
A year since the original Silk Road was shut down, the dark web is busier than ever.
London borough mayor dismisses allegations of “corruption” in Tower Hamlets as government sets out plans to intervene.
Why have celebrities like Emma Watson, Beyoncé and Sarah Silverman all openly come out as feminists over the summer? Has the definition moved away from bra-burning, revolution and men hating?
London’s creative and business communities react angrily to news that Facebook paid no UK corporation tax for the second year in a row.
Occupy Democracy protesters have condemned the police after violent clashes led to arrests outside Westminster.