• “A Comment on Racial Relations in Society” – TV Review: Bridgerton

    Maia Gibbs reviews TV series 'Bridgerton' and examines its racial diversity and black representation....
  • TV Review: Dash And Lily

    Based on ‘Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares’ written by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan, ‘Dash & Lily’ is a form of much needed escapism this Christmas which will leave you lost in a festive and romantic literary wonderland....
  • Film Locations In The UK To Visit After Lockdown

    Alex Tyndall Film and television has been a wonderful escape for many people over this past year. It has allowed us to immerse ourselves in different realities, away from current stresses and less than pleasant situations, providing much-needed comfort and distraction. From towering castles and idyllic landscapes, to the...
  • TV Review: On Children: A System that Fails Mothers and Children

    This 2018 Taiwanese anthology is produced by Public Television Service (PTS) Taiwan and available on Netflix UK and North Ireland now. Adapted from the first-hand observation of Taiwanese educational system by Shao-Le Wu, a former tutor, the series name is inspired by Kahlil Gibran’s same-name poem....
  • TV Review: Euphoria

    HBO’s Euphoria is reaching new heights in popularity with its soundtrack and aesthetics achieving mounting social media attention. The eight episodes – released in summer 2019 – stars Zendaya and follows the journey of 17-year-old Rue, who begins the programme having just left rehab for drug addiction....
  • LGBTQ+ Representation In Children’s Animation: An Ongoing Battle – Part 3/5

    Jack Richardson Netflix is home to some quality cartoons, but not all of them can stick the landing. Part 3 covers the unfortunate story of how not to handle representation, and the toxic fallout that can follow. Netflix (Part 1) Voltron Legendary Defender Dreamworks’ Voltron Legendary Defender (2016-2018) was...
  • LGBTQ+ Representation In Children’s Animation: An Ongoing Battle – Part 2/5

    Jack Richardson Cartoon Network jumpstarted the current golden age of TV animation back in 2010 with Adventure Time, and they continue to set an example to the rest of the industry, especially when it comes to LGBTQ+ representation. Cartoon Network Steven Universe, Adventure Time, OK K.O!, Let’s be Heroes...