Stories published in The i newspaper (online & print)
January 2021
Feature stories
'Hong Kong pro-democracy activists are escaping to the UK – but even here they can’t evade China’s spies'
Stories published in Byline Times (online and print edition)
April – July 2020
Feature stories

'‘We Didn’t Trust the Rest of the World to Look After Us Properly’ The People Rejecting Mainstream Living'

'Love in a Time of Lockdown How the Coronavirus is Adapting Dating Habits'

Stories published in Shorthand (online)
May 2020
Feature stories

'Interview – Sir Robin Knox-Johnston:‘I’m not ready to go’'

Stories published in Mancunian Matters (online)
October 2019 – August 2020
Feature stories

'Behind the masks: Manchester's Hong Kong protesters speak out'

'Behind the façade of Manchester's economic transformation with 'Not Quite Light' photographer Simon Buckley'

'Interview: Tackling homelessness with Manchester Street Poem's Simon Leroux'

News items

'Artists take fresh approach to socially distanced dining in Media City'

'Why ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ is raising questions in Manchester'


'Hong Kong activists urge Britain to do more during Manchester protest'

'The resistance starts here': Anti Tory government protests flare in Manchester'

'Shadow ministers said Leave voters were 'bigoted and racist', alleges Ian Lavery'

Stories published in Viva Magazine (online)

October November 2019

Feature stories

'Beyond Ikea – who’s behind Manchester’s new Nordic vibe?

Stories published in Now Then (online, reprints)
October November 2019

Feature stories

'Beyond Ikea – who’s behind Manchester’s new Nordic vibe?'

'Simon Buckley: Behind the façade of Manchester's economic transformation'

'Local Check: Manchester Street Poem'

Stories published in Pink Wafer (online)
July – October 2019

Feature stories

'Yemi Bolatiwa: Taking Over With The Manchester Soul Singer'

'Mali Hayes: Getting Closer To What Feels Natural'

Stories published in Scandinavia Standard (online)
October 2018 – April 2019
Feature stories

'How Tapetown Studio is Promoting Emerging Musicians'


'Real Talk: Why Fraser McGuinness Traded Rock Star Life for a Barber Shop'


'How Bladr is Making the Case for the Artist’s Book'


'Affordable Luxury: The Best Meals in Copenhagen for 150 Kroner or Less'


'Artist Spotlight: Copenhagen Art Space Underbanen'


'Where to Get The Best Poké Bowl in Copenhagen'


'Explore Copenhagen Through the Eyes of a Location Scout'


'Where to Drink the Best Natural Wine in Copenhagen'


'Artist Spotlight: Danish Classical Composer Louise Alenius'


'What It’s Like to Live in Copenhagen’s Pirate Harbor'


Q & A interviews

'Live from Copenhagen: Swedish Post-Punk Band Agent Side Grinder'


'Live from Copenhagen: Danish psychedelic band Fribytterdrømme'


'Live from Copenhagen: Danish Rock Band De Underjordiske'


'Live from Copenhagen: Swedish Pop Singer Sarah Klang'


'Live from Copenhagen: Danish Glam Pop Artist Theo X'


'Live from Copenhagen: Norwegian Indie-Disco Artist Farao'


Listings articles                          

'A Guide to Copenhagen’s Best Christmas Markets'


'Discover the Best Scandinavian Bands of 2018'

Stories published in Globuzzer (online)
July – September 2018
Feature stories

'Passage to Denmark: from bypassing military checkpoints to making Danish bagels'

'Ark Books – a community conceived through prose'

'Passage to Denmark: the fashion professional making ‘kawaii’ big in Copenhagen'

'Passage to Denmark: meet the fearless musician bridging continents for his craft'

Travel writing

'Street view: eat and drink your way through Rantzausgade'

'Street view: find the spirit of independent trading on Jægersborggade'

Reviews, previews & events

'10 picks for Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2018'

'Need a place to study? 5 Cafés where you can hit the books in Copenhagen'

'"Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines!" – The Historic Grand Prix comes to town'

'Copenhagen summer 'cliff diving' event set to cause a splash'

'Celebrate inclusivity at Copenhagen Pride Week 2018'

'Avast, land lumbers! – 5 ways to sit atop the water this summer'

'Nordic Race 2018 – will you ‘embrace the pain’?'

'Seek out the best of Danish cinema at CPH:PIX 2018'

'Kulturnatten 2018 – find your culture fix amidst the darkness'

'Swoop Freestyle FAI World Championships dropping in on Copenhagen'

'Witness the power of news reporting at the World Press Photo Awards Exhibition'

'The culture trip: art in October'

Stories published in The Copenhagen Post (online & print edition)
February – August 2018

Feature stories

'Inside Israel: Denmark’s mission to harness the power of the startup nation' – see page 16 for print edition or click here for online version


'Surplus to requirements: internationals address root causes of food waste' – see pages 4-5 for print edition or click here for online version


'International brand a misnomer: the artist beating a drum for fair trade music' – see page 4 for print edition or click here for online version


News items

'Danish startup leads way to modernise international art market'

'Island-hopping: Refshaleøen to succeed Papirøen as host of Copenhagen Street Food'

'Prince Henrik’s final journey'

'Science and Nature News in Brief: DTU makes ‘star’tling space discovery'

'Green is the new black: proposed tax targets HBO and Netflix'

'Denmark’s high hopes to become Europe’s biggest medical cannabis producer'

'Danish government to no longer oil the wheels of fossil fuel extraction'

'Young people paying the price for living in major cities'

'Hopes of a nation rest on skater Møller-Rigas'

'Danish commerce suffering due to EU’s missed targets'

'Rainmaking creating a fresh space for future startups in Copenhagen'

'Sex doll brothel opens in Denmark’s second largest city'

'Danish CV platform Novorésumé goes global'

'Babes everywhere: twice as many pigs in Denmark than people'

'Lego bricking it: toy manufacturer announces reduced profits for first time in 13 years'

'TDC’s crossed wires leads to a week of widespread issues'

'Par for the course? Dismissed executive gets six-figure payout'

'Danish startup Tattoodo inks its mark on an old industry'

'Restoration planned for Copenhagen’s off-colour ‘Red Square’'

'Danish PM shows solidarity with the UK over spy attack'

'Runners championing fight to curb plastic blight'

'Haas exoneration clears path for possible Magnussen breakthrough season'

'Copenhagen co-hosting photo 'marathon' that places focus on cross cultural relations'

'“Danes more like Israelis than other Scandinavians,” claims Swedish futurologist'

'Making a difference with Team Peru'


'CPH:DOX reviews: ‘Minding the Gap’ & ‘Latifa: a fighting heart’'


'CPH:DOX reviews: ‘Faces Places’ & ‘Golden Dawn Girls’'


'No longer in bandit country: Café Baryl' -- see page 27 or click here for online version


'Laundry, Lusciousness, Laudation: The Laundromat Café' -- see page 18


'Making a noise for the bar where experience is everything'


'A pinnacle à la pillion nestled in naughty Nørrebro awaits' – see page 19 or click here for online version


'Beyond The Wave: More to Light Festival than meets the eye'

Listings and supplementary articles

'May Arts: Germany’s best kept secret wasn’t the V2'

For more examples of listings, please see ‘Welcome To Copenhagen’ tourist guide:

Diplomacy, Issue 3: CPH POST Supplement, Spring 2018 – see pages 28-29

© 2018 Douglas Whitbread