Benjamin Forrest tackles the issue of joke stealing and questions why it seems to be overlooked within the comedy world
Rory Yeates takes a look at the University’s response to the current situation and the sore position students have been left in.
Roxanna Zoughi reviews Amazon Prime’s ‘James May: Oh Cook!’ a cooking show hosted by a man who can’t cook!
Take a look back at how the arts world has treated President Trump over the years and what new material he has given them to work with.
From talking pregnancy tests to your least favourite colleague in HR, Harriet Purbrick explores the podcasts you should be listening to but probably aren’t.
Ana Hill Lopez-Menchero discusses the history of political cartooning and its relevance to the 2020 political climate.
During a time when all we want to do is travel, this show gives a beautiful glimpse of the romantic city- Paris! The show of course follows the character Emily, who is a marketing executive […]
Hyde Park Book Club Book Club is a great spot for either a chilled pint with friends or a great opportunity to pick up a book from their selection of great non-fiction and fiction. Over […]
When I first saw Netflix’s new teen series Never Have I ever I honestly did dismiss it for a day or two, thinking it looked too young. I was wrong. But not about it being […]
Amongst all the anxiety of the current environment, “Feel Good” is the much-needed tonic to life’s woes. As much of the media speculates about the ongoing dreaded C-word pandemic, Canadian comedian Mae Martin’s semi-autobiographical TV […]
Just mere weeks after campus closed, the University of Leeds campus has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A World Heritage Site is a landmark or area, selected by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural […]
It’s back back back back back again! The hit reality show, where drag queens vie for the title of America’s Next Drag Superstar, premiered its twelfth season, with rap royalty Nicki Minaj as the guest […]