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The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 96 – Wicked City The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 96 – Wicked City

When it comes to finding anime quite a lot the time it comes... 

The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 95 – Naruto The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 95 – Naruto

For many years in the world of anime and manga there has been... 

TV Films of the Week TV Films of the Week

FILM OF THE WEEK: Kill List Film4, Sunday March, 11.15pm If... 

TV Films of the Week TV Films of the Week

FILM OF THE WEEK: Citizenfour Channel 4, Wednesday February... 

The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 94 – Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE! The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 94 – Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE!

Back in August 2013 I wrote an article about the sporting... 

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News

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... 

Cast announced for epic drama War and Peace Cast announced for epic drama War and Peace

Andrew Davies’ adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s literary... 

Game of Thrones to return in April Game of Thrones to return in April

The new, fifth season of Sky Atlantic’s Game of Thrones... 

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Reviews

Sex, Lies and Love Bites: The Agony Aunt Story Sex, Lies and Love Bites: The Agony Aunt Story

In this one hour BBC special, Philippa Perry explores the world of agony aunts from 17th century Britain to the present day. Perry is an author, psychotherapist and as of September 2013, an agony aunt for Red Magazine. With her quirky style, she dives into the topic with an enthusiasm and curiosity that flows from her to her viewers. I found myself... [Read more of this review]

Arthur & George Arthur & George

Arthur & George is not your typical Sherlock Holmes story with a dashing detective and clear sense of the villain by the end of the first 60 minutes. This three part ITV series is yet another twist on the many adventures of the famous detective. Adapted from Julian Barnes’s novel, Arthur & George, it focuses on the only case that Sir... [Read more of this review]

The Book of Life The Book of Life

When the Academy Awards were announced this year there were two main complaints: only white performers were nominated in the acting categories, and the The Lego Movie was not nominated for the Best Animated Feature. I would contend however there was another animated film that should have been considered, which was this – a film with a mainly Hispanic... [Read more of this review]

David Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities David Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities

On Monday a select audience was lucky enough attend a screening of the first episode of the new series of David Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities and afterwards enjoy a Q&A with the great man in London Zoo’s Komodo Dragon House. The new show looks at some of the most fascinating and extraordinary feats in the natural world – a cheetah’s... [Read more of this review]

Catastrophe Catastrophe

The best way to describe Catastrophe would be as a ‘coming of middle age’ story. Two people forced together and compelled to make real adult life decisions. The show is also realistically rude, often walking the line between what we’re used to hearing on TV and what you colloquially say with your mates. It’s quite refreshing to see. Watching... [Read more of this review]

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