The Australian outback, cutting-edge underwear and Neurotribes are in your Weekly Agenda

By Oliver Smith 25 April 2016

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Slithering Screens. Expect atomic bombs & a fiery Australian outback as virtual reality art hits MoMA for first time. 25 – 29 April, New York, US, tickets from $25.

Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear. See cutting-edge underwear of the past and present at London’s V&A Museum. Until 2017, London, UK, tickets from £12. 


The Wellcome Book Prize 2016 finalists.

A health-inspired story to stir the mind. Six authors are in the running to win The Wellcome Book Prize 2016 after crafting inspiring stories around medicine, health and illness. Our favourite is Neurotribes, which explores the soaring number of Autism diagnoses. £12 from Amazon.


Is the internet still a lawless Wild West? The award-winning documentary, Deep Web, explores the rise of the Silk Road, an infamous online black market for drugs and weapons which the police finally managed to shut down in 2013. Free on Netflix.



Try the Airbnb of activities. Take a yoga, pottery or cocktail class with Wonderush, where you can sell your skills as a host, or try something new as a guest. Free.

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