Tallulah Knowles discusses the bonding experience of watching the BBC’s Merlin with her household.
Jessica Steadman reminds us of the joy and excitement of local theatre spaces.
George Fitzmaurice talks about the BRIT Awards 2021 nominees and runs us through his favourites ahead of tonight’s show.
Sophie McDonald dives into the rapidly growing world of BookTok to look at how the way we approach literature is changing.
In the latest instalment of her column, More than a Fairytale, Jess Steadman dives deep into her hate of unicorns. From butchered rhinoceroses to use of virgins as bait and beasts with elephant’s feet, learn about the history of this maddening mythical creature.
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Riana Modi previews ‘Black Lives Playlist: Track One’, a new film written and directed by Sam Spencer, which premiers this Sunday.
Joanne McNulty talks about the pandemic’s effect on Eurovision and tells us everything we need to know this year’s show.
Michael Freeman explores his dissatisfaction with British music, and explains why he believes American music is better.
Jess Steadman curates a playlist of her favourite songs.
Charlie West previews ‘These Quicker Elements’, a new student production starring Marianne James, written by George Rushton and directed by Helena Aeberli.