Sponsored

Culture Unwrapped - owning digital culture

The online age has given rise to new kinds of assets – digital possessions, but do they have any real-world value and what will happen to them when we die?

Olly Mann and The Week Unwrapped’s Joe Evans are joined by IT Pro’s features editor Jane McCallion. This week: the online age has given rise to new kinds of assets – digital possessions, but do they have any real-world value and what will happen to them when we die?

You can subscribe to The Week Unwrapped on the Global PlayerSpotifyApple podcastsSoundCloud or wherever you get you get your podcasts

Recommended

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: 17 October 2021
10 Downing Street
Daily Briefing

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: 17 October 2021

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: 16 October 2021
10 Downing Street
Daily Briefing

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: 16 October 2021

Quiz of The Week: 9 - 15 October
Ambulances outside a hospital during third national lockdown
Quizzes and puzzles

Quiz of The Week: 9 - 15 October

Exiles, revolting prisoners and sporting health
Bashar al-Assad
Podcast

Exiles, revolting prisoners and sporting health

Popular articles

Why a ‘super-cold’ is spreading
flu_sneeze.jpg
Getting to grips with . . .

Why a ‘super-cold’ is spreading

Former nurse says NHS made her ‘fart against her will’
A nurse
Tall Tales

Former nurse says NHS made her ‘fart against her will’

The Queen’s biggest public gaffes
Queen with Duchess of Cornwall and Elin Jones
In Depth

The Queen’s biggest public gaffes

The Week Footer Banner