Co-written by James Patterson, a fiction writer whose books have sold more than 300 million copies, and Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States. We can assume that most of the writing was […]
Arts & Culture editor Delphie Bond interviews Jess Green about her phenomenal success and latest show!
With the arrival of RuPaul’s Drag Race to BBC Three, Jessica Hough discusses what this means for British Drag. RuPaul’s Drag Race UK aired last week on the 4th of October, and so marked the […]
It’s around this time of year when I have to sit myself down and remind myself of the great British institutions which define and enrich our culture. I count them: the church, the monarchy, the […]
Natalie Waites reviews one of Netflix’s latest releases; The Politician.
‘Unbelievable’ is a critically acclaimed drama series that portrays a true story of the system failing women. The gritty scenescape, understated acting and methodical pacing give the series a documentary feel. This is fitting as […]
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
Tanika Lane details the return of anime cult-classic ‘Fruits Basket’ as it is successfully revived for 2019
Despite this season’s relative lack of narrative complexity in comparison with the precedent set by previous seasons, Peaky Blinders continues to stand out.
Pheobe Walker reviews the brand new BBC drama ‘The Capture’.