• Summer TV Picks #6 – Fringe

    Annabel D’Monte Having run between 2008 and 2013, this six season television series created by J.J Abrams was a complete revelation to me when I discovered it on Amazon Prime this summer. Having watched all 100 episodes in a relatively short time frame, I can confidently say that it is one...
  • Summer TV Picks #5 – Succession

    Daisy Forster Over the last week I’ve rewatched both seasons of HBO’s hit series, ‘Succession’. Despite winning two Emmys for its first season and being nominated eighteen times for its second, I haven’t heard this show talked about much in the UK. Dripping with sass, incompetence and corporate corruption,...
  • Summer TV Picks #4: Four Weddings and a Funeral

    As I’m sure is the case for many of you, lockdown has resulted in many binges of many series. But for me, as somebody who already watched a lot of TV before quarantine to procrastinate doing coursework, I found myself searching further afield for my next show. This search...
  • Have People Been Reading More During Lockdown?

    Gemma explores whether people have been reading more as a result of lockdown and which genres have thrived during the pandemic....
  • Summer TV Picks #3 – The Good Place

    During the past few months, I think we’ve all found ourselves opening the Netflix app even more often than usual and discovering more new shows than ever before. However, sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start in Netflix’s broad catalogue. That’s why I’m here to recommend...
  • Summer TV Picks #2 – BoJack Horseman

    BoJack Horseman is a cartoon aimed at adults, which follows a once-famous now washed-up TV star with an awful personality. In a world of human-animal hybrids, set in America, the show is a comic, sometimes dark reflection on the life of a celebrity and the horrible choices he makes,...
  • Getting Creative and Productive During Lockdown: Impact Interviews

    Impact interviews Cheryl Li, a Biomedical student at UCL, who’s spending Lockdown embracing a new hobby and raising money for charity. Lockdown might be going one of two ways for you: You’re doing nothing even with a tonne of Uni work to do, and staying in bed watching TV...