• Sun. Apr 21st, 2024

Clare Robertson

MasterChef

MasterChef is my idea of hell. It’s not the cameras, it’s not the pressure, it’s not even the fear of everyone discovering how middle class I really am. No, what…

Back with the Ex Review

If you enjoy hearing straight white people talking about their relationship dilemnas, watching conventionally average men somehow attracting ‘flawless’ women, or you can appreciate such worryingly poor quality camerawork that…

Crazy Ex Girlfriend Feature: Who’s the new guy? Everything changes in final season of the CW show

Greg Serrano has a new face. Really, he does. The on and off boyfriend of Crazy Ex Girlfriend’s Rebecca Bunch, previously played by Santino Fontana, now bears a startling resemblance…

We are all influenced by celebrities, whether we like it or not

The triumphant return to music and record-breaking tour aside, you can tell Taylor Swift is still scared of the internet. When she posted her support of Democrats Phil Bredesen and…

The Bodyguard’s blatant Islamophobia should not be excused

Content Warning: Islamophobia, Abuse, Terrorism. The finale of the dramatic BBC drama series The Bodyguard was a good hour of television. Richard Madden gets better and better and many were…

Free sanitary products are a long-needed step in the right direction

As noxious as they are, the issues around sanitary products run so much deeper than some off-colour period jokes made by men who may have never been near a woman.…

Should parents be informed of their child’s welfare at university?

Parents have a right to know whether their children are suffering. From mental health issues to difficult relationships, from glandular fever to ludicrous flatmates – parents have a right to…

We must recognise that terrorists are not always foreign

Bad guys have accents. Didn’t you notice? Consistently in British and American film and television, the bad guys have distinctive accents or strange reptilian features, impenetrable masks or persistent facial…