Kay Mellor, a heroine of the north, has recently taken the bold leap from the screen to the stage with ‘Band of Gold’, a migration met with bubbling anticipation and subsequent celebratory reviews. Tracing the […]
Finally! The autumnal showers have passed, the naked branches are shivering in their frosty coats, and the John Lewis advert has snuck back onto our screens. Before the arrival of the chocolatey calendars, sparkly do’s and frantic family feuds, John Lewis, partnered with Waitrose (a festive first this year), get the Christmas bauble rolling with their annual advert which promises to tug at your heartstrings, albeit while capitalizing off of our feeble sentimentality.
Arts and Culture editor Delphie Bond examines the BBC’s The Apprentice and its underlying racist and sexist prejudices.
Delphie Bond explores how David Cameron has been reflecting upon recent political events in his new memoir ‘For the Record’, despite sheltering under the umbrella of his resignation. As the UK viciously tumbles down a […]
Arts & Culture editor Delphie Bond interviews Jess Green about her phenomenal success and latest show!
Arts & Culture Editor Delphie Bond reviews Live Wire, a spoken word poetry night in Leeds.
After a recent spate of lavish historical dramas, it seems the public is lapping up the good old days. Delphie Bond and Alex Bray argue that our romanticised relationship with bygone eras hides a darker truth
Arts and Culture editor Delphie Bond discusses the best books to bond over with your new flatmates.
Delphie Bond and Tanika Lake Here is your go-to list for whatever emotion you may feel through Freshers! We are taking candid to the next level, guiding you on your journey through some indie delights, […]
Coronation Street, the pride of the North, should perhaps not be so proud. It may beat EastEnders in the battle of storylines; however, it cannot contend when it comes to diversity. The soap which has […]