Kerry Harker of The Tetley says that, while cities like Bristol and Manchester might seem culturally far ahead of Leeds, sometimes our city doesn't make the most of what it has.
The 19th issue of The City Talking is out in Leeds today, and available free inside Friday’s edition of the Yorkshire Evening Post.
Co-founder of Duke Studios Laura Wellington says that bidding to become European Capital of Culture in 2023 should be about changing the way we live, work, play and visit in the whole city of Leeds.
Gerald Jennings experienced Liverpool '08 as part of that city's business community, and says that businesses will have a vital role to play if Leeds bids to become European Capital of Culture in 2023 - a role that has to be collaborative.
David Edmunds, director and executive producer of Dep Arts, on a potential Leeds bid for European Capital of Culture 2023, and the things Leeds could do with £78m.
Photographer Sara Teresa says Leeds could bid to become European Capital of Culture in 2023 - but the city is so good, that it doesn't need to.
Director of The Hepworth Wakefield, Simon Wallis, discusses how Leeds can build a bid to become European Capital of Culture in 2023, and how the wider City Region can be involved in that bid.
Mark Hubbard of Old Chapel Studios says that while the success of the big institutions that the city is known for should be celebrated, a lot of work is needed at the grass roots if Leeds is to bid for European Capital of Culture in 2023.
Rebecca Pearson is a jewellery designer from Leeds, and says the history of the city is a proud foundation on which to build for 2023.
Billy Sharp of Leeds United and Danny McGuire of Leeds Rhinos talk about how sport can be part of a bid to become European Capital of Culture in 2023
Leeds writer SJ Bradley says the city's independent, non-commercial creativity could blossom if it was supported through a bid to become European Capital of Culture in 2023.
Katrina Sophia's views on Leeds 2023 start in Penang's kampungs, mosques and temples, and end in Skipton's Sheep Day and the music scene in Leeds.
From Leeds Railway Station, a non stop historical riverside trail perfect for walkers and riders following the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.
Joe Stenson is a trained architect and a wedding photographer, but what he loves to photograph most are ruined buildings. It's not as much of a contradiction as you'd think.
Our interview with Reece Leung, an up and coming photographer specialising in skateboarding visuals who has published various work with Sidewalk, Kingpin, North, Florecast, Grey, Trap and Practical Photography.
We chat to photographer Neil Bedford about Our TCT Issue 16 interview with photographer Neil Bedford, whose editorial and campaign work includes Vogue Homme Japan, GQ Style, i-D, Nike, Adidas and Paul Smith and he's photographed people including Kasabian, Manchester United, Liam Gallagher, Pharrell Williams and Ray Winston.
Our interview with Squareone Streetwear from Issue 16 of The City Talking
Fashion entrepeneur Harold Tillman on how he'll bring the heart to new fashion incubator Lambert's Yard, which opens this weekend in a historic yard off Lower Briggate.
We speak to Tom Martin, who has an international reputation as one of the best live music photographers from the UK.
“You’ve not seen anything as funny as cosplayers running from the rain,” says Alex Barwell. “Your costume is going to be soaked, your makeup is going to run - it’s your worst nightmare as a cosplayer!”
Comic artist Tula Lotay, aka Thought Bubble Festival organiser Lisa Wood, on growing up with comics and growing Leeds' own graphic art festival.
The life of Richard Starkings, creator of the Elephantmen comic books and a pioneer of digital font design, has been a journey towards his own imagination: cultivating it, expressing it, and owning it.
When Adi Granov’s name scrolls by at the end of Iron Man, it’s with ‘Suit Consultant’ alongside; in Iron Man 2, it says ‘Conceptual Illustrator’; then for Iron Man 3 it’s a writing credit, ‘Based on the Extremis mini-series illustrated by Adi Granov’.
Travelling Man's Nabil Homsi on the journey from play-by-mail to play-in-store, where the comics and games business means something more than just sales.
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