Features

The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 122 – Kiki’s Delivery Service The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 122 – Kiki’s Delivery Service

As with last week, we look at another Studio Ghibli film being... 

The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 121 – Laputa: Castle in the Sky The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 121 – Laputa: Castle in the Sky

Over the course of summer Film4 have been and are currently... 

The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 120 – Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 120 – Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions

Past columns here have talked about the anime genre of “magical... 

The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 119 – Mad Bull 34 The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 119 – Mad Bull 34

This week’s anime follows cops on the mean streets of New... 

Goodbye Jon Stewart Goodbye Jon Stewart

It’s easy to forget the bizarre political landscape in the... 

Read More Posts From This Category

News

Jeremy Clarkson Vs. The BBC Jeremy Clarkson Vs. The BBC

By now almost everyone has heard the news that the BBC has... 

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Netflix has done it again with a new original series filled... 

Beowulf: The return of Britain’s mythic past Beowulf: The return of Britain’s mythic past

ITV has commissioned thirteen-part drama Beowulf, an epic... 

Stephen Mulhern to host Britain’s Got More Talent again Stephen Mulhern to host Britain’s Got More Talent again

Stephen Mulhern is back as host for another series of ITV2’s... 

Foyle’s War: Final Episode Foyle’s War: Final Episode

The award-winning drama series Foyle’s War, starring Michael... 

Read More Posts From This Category

Reviews

Revenge Porn Revenge Porn

If the Twitter response is anything to go by, Revenge Porn scared the crap out of a whole load of people last week. The Channel 4 documentary sees Anna Richardson investigate the truly 21st century phenomena, in which scorned exes maliciously share intimate pictures of their former partners online, without their consent – and its on the rise. When... [Read more of this review]

Suits: Season 5 Suits: Season 5

Suits season 5 opens with a refreshing new direction. Rather than continue to labour the indigent efforts of Mike Ross, Suits has finally decided to give Harvey Specter some backstory, depth, and, most importantly, tangible flaws. I should probably justify that ‘Mike Ross bashing’ above. After 4 seasons, I don’t think I’m... [Read more of this review]

Who Do You Think You Are? – Series 12 Who Do You Think You Are? – Series 12

With Who Do You Think You Are? returning to our screens, I have a confession to make – I have never seen an episode of The Great British Bake Off. I know I am perhaps one of only several people in the country to be in this position, and I say this as the first episode of WDYTYA? follows the family tree of GBBO judge Paul Hollywood, a person... [Read more of this review]

Treasures of the Indus Treasures of the Indus

In a three-part voyage of discovery into the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent, art historian Dr. Sona Datta, former curator of the South Asia collection at the British Museum, travels 5,000 years into the past along the arterial Indus River. Giving its name to the region, the waterway flows from Tibet, through India and Pakistan as... [Read more of this review]

Parks and Recreation: Season 4 Parks and Recreation: Season 4

The first two episodes of Parks and Recreation (Parks and Rec) Season 4 aired on Dave over the weekend. Rarely has a show deserved Dave’s particular brand of endless repetition more. By Season 4, Parks and Rec was well and truly in its groove. The first episode of Dave’s ‘double bill’ quickly introduces the next stage of Leslie’s inexplicably... [Read more of this review]

Read More Posts From This Category