Read the next instalment of our series on the people lending their names to UoM buildings – this one’s on John Rylands
Deadlines and exams are upon us and it can be difficult to find the time to read, so the books section have compiled a list of tips and tricks to help you read and unwind
The Reading Agency is a charity that has a host of projects which could do with your support
Conor McCarthy gives his advice for those looking to get back into book
The Amazons’ triumphant performance at sold out Deaf Institute leaves the audience eagerly anticipating their return, writes Amy Matthews
James Blower introduces the BBC’s new scheme #lovetoread and encourages students to take up the challenge
A brief glimpse at Reading 2016’s headline offerings
E-books are the future and nothing to be scared of
“It is great that a band I supported through thick and thin and argued their musical credibility are on the rise. Just don’t forget those older fans”
We test out some different sofas across Manchester to find which ones are the best to read on
Music contributor Gabriel Barnett gives his thoughts on the recent controversy surrounding the line-up announcement of Reading & Leed’s festival. Covering who he thinks should be featured and why there is no excuse for the current gender imbalance.
Ellie Martin talks about how reading really can help you ditch the phone
The Amazons’ Matt Thomson chats new music, Reading, and wearing sunglasses
Elliott Mills witters on for far too long; omnipresent voice Elliot Mills brings us back to a straightened-out meaning of meaning
Always feel like you have got no free time, especially when it comes to sitting down with a good book?
Jen Borland uncovers the joy behind reading children’s books, and their power to revive old memories and bring about a sense of nostalgia
Where else could you see half of a career-spanning set from The Rolling Stones, then go and indulge in Olympic opening ceremony contributors Fuck Buttons atmospheric electronica.