If you were to sit down and watch all of Netflix’s content, it would take you around 36,000 hours. That’s just over four years. So the length of a Classics degree (if you were after an Oxford-equivalent…Read More
Film & TV
Reya Muller’s new series ‘TV Dinners”‘describes her experience making recipes of your favourite film and TV meals. First up, a three course meal inspired by the quintessentially ‘foodie’ movie ‘Chef’ and its subsequent TV series
Ricky Gervais is either very clever, or very stupid. After Life, which he writes, directs and stars in for Netflix, is an extension of this, and if it’s recently released second series is treated as…
Goldman describes exactly what’s missing from the newest series of the hit show Killing Eve, available now on BBC iPlayer
“It’s at times like these when watching such a show becomes enchantingly escapist; the events on TV represent the epitome of what our lockdown could be”
Guy Dabby-Joory reviews series six of Friday Night Dinner
Sarah Lewis casts a critical eye over ‘P.S I Still Love You’, the much-anticipated sequel of ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’.
A spoiler free review of Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’ and its BBC adaptation
As Julia Hobsbawm recently wrote in a British GQ article, “it is in simplicity we will find some kind of security as this crisis rages on”, detailing the ways the pandemic has forced us to…
Despite its issues, this book and others of the rom-com genre remain a firm favourite in many people’s feel-good lists.
Nikita Baryshnikov dives into Quentin Tarantino’s world-making and why works are so timeless and popular.
Illustration by Ipsita Sarkar