Adam Turner

Adam Turner

Adam is a freelance travel writer and editor. He's written for The Guardian, Condé Nast Traveller, BA High Life and more.

Review: Julie Byrne, Islington Chapel (Monday 13th November)

Listen to Julie Byrne if you like: Joni Mitchell, Laura Marling, Nadia Reid, Patti Smith, Carole King, Bob Dylan, Richard Hawley, Mark Chapman  Julie Byrne has an instantly mesmerising stage presence. Before her first song, she gives a brief introduction - in her familiar husky, peaceful tone - and we...

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Ever wondered what life is like in the Faroe Islands?

‘I spent 48 hours exploring the mysterious islands located between Scotland, Norway, and Iceland.’  Credit: Greg Annandale - @Greg_A copy On the flight to the Faroe Islands, it dawns on me how little I know about the country. The picture in my mind is of an old-fashioned, rundown farming community....

Quit your job and travel the world like… Laura Crane

We caught up with 22-year-old British-born Laura Crane, a professional surfer and model. Tell us a little bit about you? So, I’m originally from Bristol, but moved to Devon when I was 13 and fell in love with surfing pretty much straight away. I started competing and got my big...

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Interview: Sam Clark – Moro chef and co-founder

Ahead of London’s first Nordic food festival, we spoke to renowned Moro restaurant chef, Sam Clark, about the growing popularity of Nordic cuisine. The Great Nordic Feast will visit London’s Southbank for the first time this weekend to showcase signature dishes, ingredients and flavours from a range of Nordic countries....

Quit your job to travel the world like…Jeroen Swolfs

Tell us a little bit about you? My name is Jeroen Swolfs, I'm a Dutch photojournalist now living in Amsterdam. After working for Dutch newspapers and magazines for a couple of years, I decided it was time for something bigger so I started the Streets of the World Project, which...

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Film Review: Logan Lucky

Steven Soderbergh, once dubbed the poster boy of the Sundance generation by legendary critic Roger Ebert, makes his return from a short-lived ‘movie retirement’ with Logan Lucky – a wacky, redneck, Ocean’s Eleven-esque crime comedy. Soderbergh enlists a trio of brawny heartthrobs - in the shape of Daniel Craig, Channing...

Top ten documentaries on UK Netflix right now

Netflix has established itself as the go-to place for documentaries over the past few years. But deciding which doco to watch next can be a challenging feat. The ‘suggestions for you’ filter is as useful as a chocolate fireguard (‘Danny Dyer’s Deadliest Men’, seriously?). And there’s no longer an option...

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