McGurk, S. (2022) ‘GQ: interview with Stuart McGurk’, Media Magazine, 82, pp.12-15.
GQ magazine is studies by AL and GCSE students alike. But what’s it really like to be one of the key decision makers at one of the UK’s best-selling men’s lifestyle magazines? We caught up with Stuart McGurk, now a freelance editor but formerly Associate Editor at GQ UK and asked him the questions that Media students need answers to!

Gatti, T. (2021) ‘New Stateman’s got it covered’, Media Magazine, 76, pp.6-9.
How does a weekly current affairs magazine make a splash with its covers? Tom Gatti, the deputy editor of the ‘New Statesman’, explains.

Robinson, J. G. (2021) ‘Vogue: a new age’, Media Magazine, 75, pp.40-43.
Since 2017, the ultimate fashion magazine ‘Vogue’ has been edited by its first Black editor, Edward Enninful, whose commitment to diversity and the visibility of women has already had a huge impact. But can he use the magazine‘s influence to change and challenge one of the hardest representations to crack – that of age?

Nunns, J. (2019) ‘A life less ordinary? Vogue, July 1965’, Media Magazine, 70, pp.36-39.
Awkwardly caught in the middle of a period of cultural upheaval and sexual revolution, or comfortably straddling the divide? Jonathan Nunns looks at th July 1965 edition of ‘Vogue’ and examines how you might approach this set text.

Paddison, N. (2017) ‘Kerrang!: can it cut it?’, Media Magazine, 60, pp.28-31.
The iconic music magazine recently celebrated 35 years in print! But how much longer can it survive – and how is it holding on to its readers?

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