Tag : television

An Introduction To K-Dramas On Netflix

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Curious about K-Dramas and not too sure where to start? Not to worry! Compiled below are a couple of recommendations for a range of genres from romantic and comedy to historical and thriller: Dream High A drama about dreams and the arts, Dream High narrates the story of six students … Read More

Netflix and Marvel: The Rift Between the Dynamic Duo

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In August of 2017, Disney announced plans to launch two separate streaming services – one for ESPN focusing entirely on sports, and one for its Disney and Pixar live-action and animated films and shows. The entertainment giant also stated that it would be ending its current partnership with Netflix in … Read More

Backing the bid: Channel 4 in Leeds

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Leeds joins competition with Birmingham and Manchester to become the new headquarter city for Channel 4. But why should Leeds lead the pack? At a first look when compared with Manchester with ITV or Birmingham, home of BBC Three, Leeds may seem the underdog. But who doesn’t love an underdog? … Read More

Television Academy and Race: Resolution, or mere recognition?

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It goes without saying that the Television Academy and acting industry is knuckling down on its internal social problems, and is making its efforts well-known. We only have to look at the Time’s Up campaign with impassioned speeches from key figures such as Oprah Winfrey which demonstrates how we as … Read More

Is Britain Talentless?

7 months ago / 0 comments

Arts Editor, Steph Bennett, fails to see the worth in the nation’s favourite talent show.  Last Saturday marked the return of Britain’s Got Talent, the talent programme that has become so revered that it not only draws applicants from the world over, but has prompted other countries to develop their … Read More

REVIEW: What Would Your Kids Do?

9 months ago / 0 comments

Jason Manford plays the big kid hosting this new ITV game show, which combines Channel 4’s the Secret Life of 5 Year Olds with just about any basic TV game show. The show is structured in rounds in which three sets of parents are challenged to predict what their child … Read More

The Good Place

12 months ago / 0 comments

From the showrunner of The Office (US) and Parks and Recreation comes an existential comedy about the afterlife. The Good Place follows Eleanor Shellstrop, played by Kristen Bell, as she finds herself in a waiting room facing a large green sign saying ‘Welcome! Everything is Fine.’ It is then that … Read More

Why BBC2’s ‘Muslims Like Us’ has got people talking

2 years ago / 0 comments

Muslims Like Us is a two-part BBC2 programme documenting ten British Muslims living under one roof. Soraya Ali and Mira Mookerjee give us their opinions and try to pin down just what’s got everyone talking about the programme. “The show beautifully captured the struggles British Muslims and immigrants face daily…” … Read More

In The Middle With Entertainment Journalist Emma Bullimore

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London-based entertainment journalist Emma Bullimore has a successful career that keeps her on her toes… ‘It’s been a bit of a crazy day with Will Young’ says Emma when she picks up the phone. ‘You know he’s left Strictly? He had a spat with Len at the weekend but nothing … Read More

Strike a pose: Peek behind the offices of Vogue

2 years ago / 0 comments

In this new documentary, which aired last week, director, Richard Macer gains an exclusive look behind the doors of British Vogue magazine. As he reaches the fifth floor under the direction of the Condé Nast receptionists, while optimistically expecting a welcome from British Vogue’s editor-in-chief Alexandra Shulman, he is instead, … Read More