TV Review: ‘Roadkill’ Offers The Same Old Schtick

If there was ever a time to release a new political drama, it would be now. Given that coronavirus has shown (depending on your point of view) either the success or failure of government, a new TV drama could allow audiences more access behind the door of 10 Downing Street. Political dramas are by their […]Read More

Making the Case for Providing Free Films: BBC iPlayer and

When you think of films, financial payments spring to mind. At cinemas, a ticket is bought, varying depending on age and time. Online, subscription services like Netflix and Amazon Prime require a monthly payment. For the latter, many films charge an extra sum to rent or buy. For the old fashioned, buying a DVD relies […]Read More

Trailer Released For ‘Supernova’ Starring Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci

The trailer for the romantic comedy-drama Supernova, starring Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci, has been released. The two-minute teaser introduces us to long term partners Sam (Colin Firth) and Tusker (Stanley Tucci), who are on holiday with one another, possibly for the last time. Supernova explores Tusker’s early onset dementia, and the troubles this brings […]Read More

Sarah Snook to Star in Adaptation of Jane Austen’s ‘Persuasion’

Succession star Sarah Snook has been cast in the lead role of Jane Austen’s Persuasion, an upcoming adaptation of Jane Austen’s final novel. Sarah Snook will portray the protagonist, Anne Elliot, who must endure a series of romantic challenges in this period drama. Elliot is a woman who, “many years after refusing the proposal of […]Read More

Julia Garner Rumoured to Play Madonna in Biopic Co-Written by

Speculation is rife that Julia Garner will play Madonna in a biopic the singer is currently working on with screenwriter Diablo Cody. Rumours began after Madonna, 62, followed Julia Garner on Instagram. Despite having over 15 million followers, Madonna only follows 287 people, meaning her social media choices are significant, according to the Metro.  The […]Read More

Human Connection At University

If one thing has suffered during lockdown, it has been human connection. Apart from essential workers, everyone has seen their lifestyles largely shift indoors. Conversations have moved online, workplace meetings rely on Zoom calls and many family gatherings have been cancelled. This too has been the case at university. What was once a largely social […]Read More