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As we continue to celebrate our 50th anniversary, in this issue we reflect on how the ceramic community has dealt with the coronavirus pandemic, looking at how makers, galleries and craft organisations have gone online to promote working with clay. Our cover star is Vicky Lindo and her partner Bill Brookes, who took the ceramic world by storm, winning the grand prize at the BCB last year; we also feature satirist, illustrator and ceramic artist Roger Law, who most people will recognise from his Spitting Image days; plus an insightful conversation with Japanese potter Shozo Michikawa on his background and unusual making process. You will find details of a recent bequest to The Hepworth Wakefield that includes 42 pieces by John Ward; we revisit two firing Masterclasses, featuring the step-by-step processes of pit-firing and raku, plus all the latest news and events from the world of ceramics.