The wife and I were just over-intellectualising about the relative pros and cons of the volumous Sunday papers, and it got me to thinking: What do members of this place read? I know we regularly have a pop at the media when it stirs controversy (I, in particular, have a passionate loathing for the Daily Mail, Evening Standard and the free Metro, as they're all published by the same, hateful Group), so I thought it might be fascinating to see which publications - including magazines (please, no porn titles!) - we like ... or not. NB: I was going to do this as a poll, but that would quickly have become a farce: there are just too many publications to mention. I usually avoid newspapers, as I'm sick of the way they view the world. Almost everything in them is either of the 'Isn't-the-world-a-hideous-and-hateful-and-dangerous-and-unfair-place' type, or else the 'I've-got-loads-in-the-bank-and-two-homes-so-I'm-all-right-thanks-very-much' type - neither of which views I subscribe to. What I do subscribe to are classical music magazines: The Gramophone, BBC Music and Classic FM. I also occasionally buy the Sunday Times (great for its freebies, like today's DVD of the cult comedy classic, 'How To Get Ahead In Advertising' with Richard E. Grant), but I rarely read much of it beyond the Culture supplement. I used to buy the Guardian religiously (once practically obligatory if you worked in any creative/media-related industry, as I do), but I thought it lost its way and became too 'holier-than-thou-left-wing-socialist-with-a-dash-of-I've-got-loads-in-the-bank ... etc. Ditto, The Observer. Right, that's me. What about you lot?