In this month’s review, Film and TV Editor Katharine Spurrier runs through the pros and cons of ITV’s new drama, ‘Professor T’.
“A mesmerising balance between subtlety and revelation so that we are left with a tender yet bitingly funny account of modern life”
For this month’s review, Literature Editor Katharine Spurrier looks at the nuances of the modern world seen in Dolly Alderton’s ‘Ghosts’
Illustration: Ben Beechener
Katharine Spurrier reviews Olivia Rodrigo’s debut album “Sour”, which has taken the charts by storm.
Literature Editor Katharine Spurrier reviews the BBC adaptation of ‘The Pursuit of Love’, a novel by Nancy Mitford.
Katharine Spurrier and Georgia Austin review “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)”, exploring the impact that this rerecording has and how it compares to the original.
Katharine Spurrier examines the period drama, weighing up the balance between the pursuit of truth and the desire to entertain.
Katharine Spurrier muses over the importance of the arts and creativity during this second, less Rosé-fuelled lockdown.
Katharine Spurrier review Midnight Sun, Stephenie Meyer’s latest novel. Will it meet the expectations of our teen years?
The thrilling spontaneity of a live performance is lost when the same version is replayed and editing done to perfect mistakes. The audience and performers are inextricably linked by a bond of being; the audience exists to watch, the actors to be watched.
We have had mobile phones for almost fifty years, social media in some capacity for the last twenty, and the iPhone for thirteen. For most, day-to-day life is so bound together by technology that it is hard to discern the difference between the world we live in online and the one we physically inhabit. We Read More…