I got an email yesterday about what the Times will be offering once the paywall comes down (or does it go up – I think of it like a portcullis …) Here’s a screenshot of the main bit, explaining the culture planner and live debates.
The rest of the email says that
Every day we’ll hold live debates and discussions at thetimes.co.uk. Covering everything from sports, to fashion, to business and the latest issues in the news, you’ll be able to engage with the biggest names and put experts on the spot if you wish.
On the sundaytimes.co.uk you can plan your perfect night out, with our unique interactive culture planner. Book tickets, remotely record TV shows, and stay informed with the help of our critics.
These are just two of the many new features you’ll find on our new websites. Soon you’ll be able to do more than just read the news – you can debate it, interrogate it, watch it, shape it and be part of it 24 hours a day.
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