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Fight for the right: subtle moments of resistance in and from British television

The extent to which we, as viewers of the small screen, engage with influential protest on a daily basis is staggering. The powerfully active display coming from the corner of…

McMafia

First appearing on our screens on New Year’s Day, the BBC One drama serial McMafia arrived accompanied by anticipation and expectation. Following a Christmas TV programme saturated with the relentless…

Emily’s top five delicious and affordable Christmas dinners available in Edinburgh

Get the diaries out, set up the Facebook group chat and re-consult the exam timetable: it’s that time of year again! Sure, you may still have exams and essays, but…

Sell-out success at Potterrow Market

Following a trial run during the summer, Potterrow Market returned last Wednesday, for the first of seven confirmed dates over the next few months. As the rain poured down in…

A night of Glaswegian talent at Henry’s Cellar Bar

13th October The alternative Glaswegian music scene came through to grace Edinburgh with its presence last Friday night. Local live music is a staple feature of the relaxed, no-frills venue…

How spending time outdoors can reduce uni stress

Breathing in fresh autumn air, looking out on a vast, open space and exchanging a colour palette of urban greys to natural greens, oranges and yellows, are all fantastic reasons…

A night of acoustic glory and goodwill from Nick Mulvey

11 October Bristling anticipation permeates the crowds of fans filtering downstairs into The Liquid Room for a long-awaited evening with Nick Mulvey and his multi-talented band. An intimate experience that…

Delicious restaurants to visit with your family

It’s a familiar feeling at this point in the semester. The initial thrill of Welcome Week is long gone and the yearning for some home comforts replaces the excitement of…