Since 2013, Collins Dictionary has annually released a short list of significant words used throughout the year. Out of this, a group made-up of lexicographers and editors choos the Word Of The Year from the […]
Emma Rivers reviews the new book from Toshikazu Kawaguchi, ‘Before the coffee gets cold’.
Louisa Polack reviews George Alagiah’s latest book ‘The Burning Land’, a thrilling novel set in apartheid-era South Africa
Tom Vegeris was feeling nostalgia, so decided to take a look back on the infamous Oasis classic. Why did Noel Gallagher cross the road? Because the Beatles did it first, or so the old joke […]
London is well-known as the city of mist, but also as a city of bright colours and stylish events. The metropolis is booming with a variety of diverse happenings all over the place: different public […]
High School dramas have populated our Netflix watch lists since Chuck Bass stole teenage hearts in Gossip Girl. ‘Baby’ has been deemed by several reviewers as the Italian equivalent to the Upper East Side drama. […]
The beginning of the end… BoJack Horseman is definitely one of the best shows Netflix has ever made. The decision for Netflix to make season six the last series is such a mystery to me. […]
The exclusion of the working class from the fields of arts and culture is nothing new. It Is impossible to deny the elitism of the film, TV, and radio industry when only a mere 12.4% […]
The film Leonardo: The Works is an Exhibition On Screen title, with limited release. The film discusses some of the most iconic works of Leonardo da Vinci. The film is unlike anything ever before put […]
Sam Bird reviews Living With Yourself, Neflix’s latest original series.