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Issue 1364 - Maya Jama & Julie Adenuga

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Broadcasters Maya Jama and Julie Adenuga have joined the fight against homelessness. The tastemakers met The Big Issue on London’s Carnaby Street just days before they would host a COLLECTIONS pop-up shop – selling their own exclusive clothes, plus donations from other stars, at bargain prices with all proceeds going to The Big Issue Foundation. Find out why they chose us to work with in this week’s magazine.

Plus:

- Fact/Fiction: Does climate change mean the fish supper has had its chips?

- Letter To My Younger Self: BBC man Frank Gardner thought his life as he knew it was over when he was shot and paralysed. He was wrong

- What if nobody knew The Beatles? Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis on their new film and how the Fab Four help Big Issue vendor

- Opening and closing this issue is are fantastical vendor Remus, who loves to dress up as a wizard…

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