In the May edition of ELS there’s an extended interview with Scottish rocker KT Tunstall. In a no holes barred conversation she talks about her latest album WAX, lyrics and life in general. Nicola takes us to the Sandham Memorial Chapel in Hampshire to celebrate the artist Stanley Spencer’s war masterpiece in the company of the National Trust’s Paul Grist. We also look ahead to the Cambridge Folk Festival featuring The Unthanks and we review Greta and Tolkien on the silver screen.
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