• Film Tourism: A Good Thing?

    Kayleigh Moore Across the world there are iconic cities that play host to a great number of films. The streets of London, New York, and Paris feature in many a film and add extra tourist appeal to these already popular locations. When in London many will take a trip...
  • ‘Normal People’: Why and How It Has Become One of the Most Important TV Shows of Our Generation

    I am rather sceptical of the notion of a ‘soul mate’. And of love itself to be quite honest. I get frustrated at popular culture and the forms of media which permeate our society with picture perfect depictions of young love. Inaccurate portrayals of exaggerated infatuations and perfectly choreographed...
  • URNmaster review

    URNmaster, produced by NSTV, is a variety show combining elements of the classic and the modern. I was pleasantly surprised by URNmaster’s series of innovative and interesting challenges which were highly interactive and funny. More importantly, the hosts and participants underscored the engaging and spontaneous vibe that made it...
  • Press For Progress: Why Lilly Singh is Revolutionising Late Night TV

    Nearly 100 years ago, British women gained the right to vote for the first time. Fast forward to 1986, Joan Rivers became the first woman to have her own late-night talk show on Fox. Now, in 2019, Lilly Singh has become first woman to host her own late-night TV...
  • Child Genius or Child Cruelty?

    Watching Channel 4’s Child Genius will guarantee you three things: an unhealthy obsession with Richard Osman, a record-breaking blow to your self-esteem and enough drama to permit a year’s hiatus of TOWIE. In its sixth season, the show has excelled in its provisions and – while Richard will never...
  • Netflix and Chill #1: True Crime Documentaries

    In the first of our Netflix and Chill series for the Reviews Podcast, Sophie, James and Katie discuss some of their top picks for true crime documentaries, all available to stream from Netflix. These include Abducted in Plain Sight, Amanda Knox and Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy...
  • Fashion Through The Ages

    Our mothers’ love and care is something we all miss during our long semesters away at uni, so here’s what mothers in the most beloved sitcoms wore throughout the 20th century. The 1950s: Lucy Ricardo from I Love Lucy was the picture of middle class housewife style that was...