Think East London – think Walthamstow Market, the Krays, jellied eels, Babs Windsor, a dodgy Martina Cole book you read on holiday and, of course, Cockney Rhyming Slang.
To celebrate the Tube’s rich history, we’ve taken a look at how the stations near the Sunday office came to have their present names…
For our time-themed month on the Cakebook, we’ve asked members of the Sunday team for their recollections of where they were, and what they were doing, at pivotal moments in history. You can see the first two posts here and [...]
Thanks to the trickery (or magic) of most Attenborough documentaries, ‘time-lapsing’ has become one of the most popular types of online video. If you can be bothered sifting through the cloud and sunset clichés, there are some mesmerizing examples of [...]
Formerly a bus conductor, Steven Ferdinando has now been selling antiquarian books for more than 30 years.
Solicitor-turned-novelist Jonathan Lee has been described as ‘a major new voice in British fiction’. His first novel, Who is Mr Satoshi?, was published in 2011, followed by Joy in 2012. Have you always written? Writing was definitely something [...]
Sunday’s Studio Assistant, Isabella Fernandes, offers advice to other junior designers looking to break into the publishing industry ‘Make sure your portfolio has a good amount of “real life” projects, not just work you completed throughout university. It’s good to [...]
The opening ceremony of London 2012 was a baptism of fire. Despite training, the onslaught of press demanding to know where they could go and what they could know – now, if not sooner – was overwhelming. But, having bonded over the various pre-Games printing, photocopying and laminating tasks, we soon pulled together as a team and rose to the challenge.
Search online for ‘The World’s Biggest Cake’ and you’ll find a plethora of results. The world’s largest Christmas, Birthday, Wedding, Cupcake, even SpongeBob SquarePants cake will be there for you to wonder at and then wonder why.