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Open mic comedy nights are thriving and anyone can have a go. But why do everyday people risk the possibility of laugh-free humiliation?
This issue of explorer is all about trying something new. Whether it's kitting yourself out with a new outfit, freshening up you playlist, or learning some new stuff.
Sometimes only a bacon sandwich will do. If you get the urge, here are the best places to refuel.
Visit Edinburgh this August as the city is taken over by artists from all over the world
A peek into the best, brightest and most exciting indie shops on the network.
These stunning medieval castles are not for the faint hearted
Get the inside track on how to survive a long weekend of outdoor revelry
We explore the hidden gems and local hangouts of five cities.
This summer there are a variety of exciting events to entertain you in Manchester...
Ice cream and sandcastles: why Scarborough is the ultimate seaside town
We'll start rolling out 10 new trains in December 2013 and they'll all be in service by May 2014.
10 minutes to spare in Glasgow? Make a beeline for the Shop of Interest on Argyle St.
We look at how this gem of a city has evolved of the last few decades to make Leeds what it is today.
Blackpool is famous for its exhilarating rides, but which one is the scariest?
Get outside and breath in the summer air with these great activities via First TransPennine Express.
Each issue we pit two regional treats against each other in a public taste test.
Be part of Manchester's colourful urban gardening festival this August
Need some new exotic cooking ideas? Attend the free Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival.
We asked people visiting the city what bargains they'd picked up