Inside Esquire Weekly: Issue 30

Issue 30 of Esquire Weekly, our completely original iPad magazine is now available to download from here. Here’s what you’ll find in this week’s issue.

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1 | Peter Dinklage, the biggest star on TV
It’s our Game of Thrones special and who better to front it than Tyrion Lannister himself, Mr Peter Dinklage. Perhaps playing the best character in a show not short of competition, Dinklage talks to us about life, death and everything in between.

2 | Game of Thrones
Remember when your mate told you about this new TV show that had loads of wizards and dragons and swords in it and you thought, yeah, thanks, I’ve already seen Lord of The Rings? So did Kevin Sampson, and now, three season’s later, he’s hooked. Here’s why he thinks it might just be the best show on television.

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Whilst we’re at it, we employed a most noble Esquire scribe to furnish us with a (spoiler heavy) but quite brilliant update on events so far, in the form of a poem. Read it. It’s great.

3 | Prints
Summer has almost arrived and has brought with it a host of very brightly printed apparel, from shirts and blazers to trainers and even skateboards. We’ve edited down the best of what’s on offer and asked our menswear stylist, Abena Ofei, to explain how to wear it without looking like Lou Carpenter

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4 | How to win money on the Grand National
The biggest race of the year is this Saturday and if you’re planning on shutting your eyes and hoping for the best with your punt, think again. We’ve spoken to The Racing post’s Betting Editor to give us advice on how to pick a winner. And no, it’s not in the name, but it might be in the age…

5 | The Trip to Italy
The quite brilliant pairing of Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan returns this week in The Trip to Italy. Find out how it gets made, what Brydon and Coogan really think of each other and whether there’ll be a third season, all in this week’s issue.

6 | Nirvana for a night
Our correspondent, Amy Raphael, once spent a week in New York waiting to interview Kurt Cobain. Eventually, late in the evening after a gig at Roseland, he knocked on her hotel room door and they spent the evening talking. She tells us what it’s like to spend the night on a bed talking to an icon.

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