‘Through the eyes of social media, the world watches how a peaceful, nation-wide rebellion is crushed with brute force in the Southeast Asian country of Myanmar. It seems like the decade long experiment in democracy in Myanmar has come to an end.’ Lina Abraham reports.
“Is the microphone on? Is it really on? Is my English ok? Because I’m beginning to wonder.”
Matt Purbrick discussses Adam Curtis’ new documentary series.
Warning: this piece contains spoilers! In possibly the greatest episode of Drag Race UK to date, the contestants were tasked with writing and performing verses of ‘UK Hun?’ with the guidance of pop legend MNEK. […]
As we enter our third national lockdown, households up and down the country are reminded of March: working from home, being stuck in the house, and on-line school. For many parents this means a balancing […]
Warning, this piece contains spoilers! It’s safe to say that this week’s episode of Drag Race UK was saturated with twists and turns: to quote Welsh icon Tayce, “the cheek, the nerve, the audacity, the […]
What you need to know before you celebrate with a cold one.
Isabel Ralphs spoke to BBC presenter Naga Munchetty, discussing her career, criticism and the pace of change in the industry.
A commentary on Sir David Attenborough’s desperate plea for change.
On the 24th of October, Leeds’ own Nicola Adams will, once again, make LGBT history by becoming the first Strictly Come Dancing celebrity contestant to compete with a same-sex dance partner. There is unspeakable bravery […]
The BBC has just released the annual disclosure of its top-earning stars’ salaries for the 2019/20 financial year, revealing the company’s choice to maintain its habit of giving out colossal salaries. The promise that senior […]
Natalie Beecroft reviews the BBC’s newest documentary feature about the novels and authors that shaped Africa.