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Film | The Inbetweeners 2 – A wonderful surprise

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Image: Bwark Productions When I first heard Inbetweeners writers Damon Beesley and Iain Morris were plotting a sequel to the rapturously received debut, I was mortified. Undeniably, it contained some enjoyable moments; but the boys’ lascivious pilgrimage in search of carnal carnage in Malia now feels like an elongated and … Read More

Sport | Rory roars to victory at Valhalla

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Rory McIlroy’s assault on the pinnacle of the golfing world continued with a sensational third straight victory and his fourth major championship at the USPGA Championship this weekend. Enjoying a purple patch of form, with victories already accumulated at last month’s Open Championship, alongside McIlroy’s first World Golf Championship trophy, … Read More

TV | Masters of Sex – Back with a bang

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Masters of Sex has returned to More4 this summer for its second season. An unusual and thought-provoking drama, it follows Dr. William Masters (Michael Sheen) in his pursuit to answer one question – what really happens to the body during sex? At the end of season one, the radical research … Read More

Sport | England storm to victory

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England picked up where they left off with a crushing victory over India at Old Trafford. After levelling the series with a 266 run win at the Rose Bowl in Southampton, both teams knew that they could take a giant step towards wrapping up the series by taking the encounter … Read More

TV | Freeview Flicks of the Week – The Birds, Butch Cassidy and Star Wars V

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Our weekly LSi freeview flicks here! This week the empire strikes back, we get attacked by vicious birds and a boy befriends a vampire.   MONDAY – Animal Kingdom (Film4 22:50) Next week sees the release of The Rover, an intriguing film from Austrailian director David Michôd that is drawing a lot … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Le Chalet, Leeds

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Beyond occasional trips to the station, the financial district of Leeds may not be that familiar to the city’s students. However,  if you’re willing to venture in, you’ll find there are some friendly, affordable and distinctly up-market gems amidst the chain restaurants. Chief among them is Le Chalet, a French … Read More

News| Leeds student and youngest double lung transplant patient Ayesha Ahmed passes away

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Ayesha Ahmed, a Chemical and Nuclear Engineering student at Leeds University died on the 25th July after developing pneumonia. The 21-year-old from Newcastle had suffered from rare Wegener’s Disease throughout her early life which caused her severe breathing difficulties. For most of nine years she relied on an oxygen machine 24-hours-a-day, … Read More

TV | Noel Fielding’s Luxury Comedy

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Opening a coffee shop on the rim of an active volcano in Hawaii seems a bold move, especially for a man whose CV lists only zookeeper and retail assistant as previous occupations. Yet, fellow barista and twentieth century icon, Andy Warhol, may have hit the nail on the head, forewarning … Read More

Sport | Momentum with England as they look to take a series lead

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After drawing level in the Test series against India with a resounding victory down in Southampton last week, England will look to take a 2-1 series lead in the match starting tomorrow at Old Trafford, Manchester.   Alistair Cooks troops arrive at one of Englands traditional strongholds in much better … Read More

Food | Fresh Slice – Great British Bake Off Special

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Whisks at the ready. Ovens on. The Great British Bake Off is back for a fifth series. Over ten, tense weeks, twelve contestants will pipe, glaze and of course bake, all under the icy-blue gaze of Paul Hollywood. To keep yourself busy until tonight, why not have a go at … Read More