Long Read Of The Week – 22 February

5 great reads you may have missed from around the web

1 | This week, the Telegraph's chief political commentator Peter Oborne resigned and published an account of his reasons why, on Open Democracy. He accusation that the paper had refused to cover damaging stories about the HSBC because the bank advertise in its pages was a highly damaging insight into the publishing industry, and sent shockwaves through the media and beyond.

2 | The story of typeface may not sound like an excitng subject for a long feature, but Gizmodo's account of the 100-year mystery surrounding Doves Press is a compelling read, by Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan.

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3 | "It’s amazing that Bob Dylan can amaze anyone anymore," begins David Remnick's latest look at the singer's enduring relevance in American culture for the New Yorker. But Dylan can and he has, with the latest entry to his staggering musical legacy. 

4 | This week, YouTube turned ten sparking many articles marking the anniversary. The Telegraph's 'How YouTube changed the world', by Nisha Lilia Diu and Méabh Ritchie, is the pick of the bunch.

5 | LA Weekly’s Hillel Aron shines a light on the professional film extras who make up to £52,000 a year, an occupation one extra describes as ‘almost like stealing’.