Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Andy in Sig, 18 Oct 2007.
There are too many to do a table.
For me it's the Spectator and occasionally der Spiegel.
Cycling Weakly (sic) passed on by a friend and Private Eye (bi-weekly)
Second on weekly
spandex weakly. As my good lady calls it.
New scientist (sad I know)
The Week is good. Catch up on the stuff you didn't have time to read in the proper papers.
I like New Statesmen, but can't afford to buy it every week. Every day I do lots of reading though... Currently: 'The Hybrid Church in the City' by Christopher Baker, 'One Dimensional Man' by Herbert marcuse and lots of random stuff about knowledge economies.
I used to read The Spectator all the time but got put off by journalists such as Mark Steyn so read it less often now. I read Nature, Science and Scientific American (to a lesser extent) when I can.
I haven't seen a column by Mark Steyn in the Speccie for many months. Maybe his contract was ended or something. I think the thing about the mag is that they'll accept any piece of work as long as it is well and credibly argued which of course is what makes it such a good read.
weeeeeeeelll perhaps I am being a bit unfair. There are other reasons, Boris doesn't edit it anymore either. The best issues have been a real mix and I haven't got anything against reading endless Peter Oborne or Matthew Parris ones and I noticed they've changed the website.
Heat magazine. the other half gets it, honest, and it has a TV guide.
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