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Sam Walby

Editor-in-Chief

I've been Now Then Editor-in-Chief since 2009. I'm a regular contributor and a Director at Opus Independents, the company that publishes Now Then. In my spare time I like to make music and play games of the tabletop and video variety.

ADIRA hosts second Black Mental Health Live event

Black Mental Health Live Unmuted will explore young people’s takes on intersectional topics like masculinity and LGBTQ+ issues, in association with Sheffield Flourish and SHSC, this Thursday.

Join us as a Now Then Community Correspondent

We’re looking for someone to report on their chosen community in Sheffield, whether that’s a geographic neighbourhood or a community of interest, identity or faith - or something else completely.

Compassion Through Algorithms Vol. II

Charity compilation featuring 65daysofstatic and Leafcutter John is raising money for Young Minds Together, a music and performance community group for Black girls in Rotherham.

Make Yourself At Home with… Sheffield’s Home Delivery Services

They say necessity is the mother of invention. Coronavirus has pushed businesses in Sheffield to innovate in many ways, one of which is the widespread adoption of home delivery services, which offer a lifeline to many independent traders and could transform the way we spend forever.

Mandatory Redistribution Party

As it enters its second season, Sean Morley and Jack Evans tell us about their unusual but sensational political comedy podcast, a unique blend of comedy, frightening dystopian visions and 'radical left lore'.