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Shardlake, Bridgerton season 3 and the new Raymond Briggs exhibition should all be on your radar this week. Disney/Liam Daniel/Neftlix/ Andrew Hasson /Alamy

Bridgerton is back and still frothy, but developing a more grown-up attitude – what you should see and read this week

Much to enjoy as Bridgerton returns, a Tudor murder mystery intrigues, the International Booker prize is imminent, the National Gallery is 200 and the genius of Raymond Briggs is on display.
Each subtle cultural or personal twist to a fermented dish is felt by your body’s microbial community. microgen/iStock via Getty Images

Fermented foods sustain both microbiomes and cultural heritage

From kimchi to kombucha and sauerkraut to sourdough, many traditional food staples across cultures make use of fermentation. And these variations are reflected in your microbiome.
Scholars say Israel is intentionally destroying education and cultural institutions in Gaza. Here smoke rises following Israeli bombardments in Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip, Jan. 17, 2024. (AP Photo/Mohammed Dahman)

The war in Gaza is wiping out Palestine’s education and knowledge systems

Scholars say Israel’s destruction of Gaza’s schools, universities and museums are part of an ongoing project to destroy Palestinian people, identity and ideas.

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