Culture

Mental Health Awareness Week is more necessary than ever

Mental health

Mental Health Awareness Week is more necessary than ever

Everything you need to know about the week dedicated to mental health

Could magic mushrooms cure mental health problems?

Mental health

Could magic mushrooms cure mental health problems?

Denver just became the first US city to legalise psilocybin – the psychoactive substance found in magic mushroom. We spoke to Dr Robin Carhart-Harris about how psychedelic drugs could hold the cure for all manner of mental health problems

The best events at London Craft Week

Craft

The best events at London Craft Week

London Craft Week is your chance to see how some of the coolest objects in the capital are made by the people who make them – and get in on the action yourself with a workshop or two

How actor Colin Morgan mastered his craft

The Craftsman

How actor Colin Morgan mastered his craft

Craftsmanship is different these days. It’s no longer about just making things with your hands but about committing yourself to your field of work with a passion, and working to improve your craft – whatever that may be

A weekend away in Oxfordshire

Travel

A weekend away in Oxfordshire

If you’re looking for a weekend away from London, you need our ‘Get Out Of Town’ guides. Here we bring you the best things to do and best places to stay in Oxfordshire

How to train for a marathon

Fitness

How to train for a marathon

Thinking of entering next year’s London Marathon? We spoke to a running pro for his expert advice on how to prepare properly for race day

Richard Madden had his big break. Now what?

Cover Stories

Richard Madden had his big break. Now what?

There’s out of work, and then there’s out of work. Thanks to the success of ‘Bodyguard’, Richard Madden is enjoying the good kind, kicking back with the world at his feet

Bond 25’s villain will be Remi Malek

Culture

Bond 25’s villain will be Remi Malek

The cast has been announced for the forthcoming James Bond movie, set for release April 2020, and the biggest news is that Remi Malek has been confirmed as lead villain

Got questions about making babies? Check out Fertility Fest

Health

Got questions about making babies? Check out Fertility Fest

Head down to the Barbican for Fertility Fest, a month-long exploration of having children, not having children, and the difficult conversations around infertility

We’ve just launched our first podcast series

Smart Thinking

We’ve just launched our first podcast series

The Jackal Live is The Jackal’s new podcast – your bi-monthly audio update from the men and women improving life in the capital

The future is here

Editor's Letters

The future is here

Editor Nick Carvell introduces The Jackal’s April/May 2019 issue, as well as the magazine’s new podcast series, The Jackal Live

Easter is better than Christmas. Sue me.

Smart Thinking

Easter is better than Christmas. Sue me.

Easter is Christmas without the commitment – and added hot cross buns

Four European city breaks to escape summer in the Big Smoke

Travel

Four European city breaks to escape summer in the Big Smoke

If it all gets a bit much, hop on a plane for a 72-hour break in one of these European cities

Go behind the scenes of the original influencer, Andy Warhol

Culture

Go behind the scenes of the original influencer, Andy Warhol

Proud Central’s latest exhibition of Nat Finkelstein’s photos allows a glimpse at how Andy Warhol created his long-lasting legacy

How to have a ‘good divorce’

Smart Thinking

How to have a ‘good divorce’

As new legislation means you no longer need to blame one person for the breakdown of a marriage, it feels like amicable divorces are more achievable than ever before.

Don’t Forget The Driver is the Brexit show we need right now

Culture

Don’t Forget The Driver is the Brexit show we need right now

Can you make a comedy about Brexit, not to mention one that starts with a dead body washing up on Bognor Regis beach? We speak to writer Tim Crouch about his new TV show ‘Don’t Forget The Driver’ which does just that

Tom Dixon gets into bed with Ikea

Design

Tom Dixon gets into bed with Ikea

Tom Dixon’s bed for Ikea brings fresh new, ‘hackable’ ideas to the design table

Luke Sital-Singh is leaving sad songs (and Britain) behind

Culture

Luke Sital-Singh is leaving sad songs (and Britain) behind

We speak to the singer-songwriter about his bittersweet new album ‘A Golden State’, pushing himself out of his comfort zone and moving to California to start a new life as an optimist

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