Readers of The Guardian (and all other newspapers), are being invited to discover current events through more interactive channels - and I'm not talking about the ten o'clock news.
However you keep up to date with what is going on around the world, whether it is through via television, radio, online, or the old fashioned newspaper, it is now possible to explore headline topics in greater depth.
In an attempt to 'bring Guardian journalism to life', The Guardian has launched Guardian Live, a curated programme of topical events and festivals at venues across the UK.
It features a broad range of leading thinkers, who will give discussions, interviews, and educational seminars. Some of the events in London include:
Enjoy an Italian meal with a cocktail as Guide Editor, Paul Macinnes talks to Joe Goddard and Raf Rundell about their new album, The Two Bears. Comedian, Josie Long from the Edinburgh Festival will also be entertaining.
Hippodrome Casino, Cranbourn Street , Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7JH
Alexis Petridis talks to Gary Kemp of Spandau Ballet about his band's extraordinary music career.
15th October, £20
Chelsea Old Town Hall, King's Road, London, SW3 5EE
Fashion designer, Vivienne Westwood chats to columnist, Deborah Orr
23rd October, £25
Emmanuel Centre, Marsham Street, London, SW1P 3DW
The controversial Russell Brand talks to Owen Jones about why he thinks revolution is inevitable.
7th December, £15
The Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
Chris Hadfield is the Canadian astronaught who performed a zero gravity cover of David Bowie's Space Oddity from the International Space Station in 2013. He will be discussing his new book.
Guardian Live is part of the new Guardian Membership scheme, with the aim of creating a deeper relationship with its audience. There are three types of membership. The most basic is a Friend membership, which is free, and allows you to book tickets to live events. You can also become a partner or patron to get more involved and benefit from discounts.