Art does not have to transcend life; sometimes, it can sit alongside it. James Joyce knew this when, towards the end of the “Calypso” episode of his book Ulysses, he chose to place his middle-aged protagonist Leopold Bloom on the toilet. Sat in his outhouse with a newspaper in his hand, Bloom tries to focus Read More…
Today, Melanie Onovo and Adi Kesaia Toganivalu,undergraduates at Christ Church and Magdalen College respectively, appeared on BBC News to discuss their efforts to tackle racist and classist discrimination at Oxford University.
A spoiler free review of Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’ and its BBC adaptation
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Lewis Campbell-Smith reviews BBC’s “Titian – Behind Closed Doors”