Would I Lie To You? is a rare entity in today’s oversaturated panel show market – it manages to entertain without being callous, and can genuinely be enjoyed by the whole family. Now in its […]
Arts and Culture editor Delphie Bond examines the BBC’s The Apprentice and its underlying racist and sexist prejudices.
Tanika Lake takes a look at David Letterman’s latest Netflix-special interview with one of India’s kings of cinema, Shah Rukh Khan.
Purchased with funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, a number of famous weapons featured in a range of cult and classic television shows and films are now on display in Leeds Armouries Museum. The […]
‘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 […]
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.
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 […]
I hate gender roles. Growing up I was hardly a figurehead for masculinity, resulting in regular snide questions about my sexuality and overall virility. To me, it seemed absolutely backward: was it not simplistic and […]
Our online editor Caitlin Tilley ranks her top six documentary picks to keep you entertained over the Easter holidays. 1. The Imposter My all-time favourite documentary film, The Imposter will stay with you long after […]