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Brexit: The Uncivil War

“Everyone knows who won. But not everyone knows how.” It is this provocative statement that opens James Graham’s most recent political drama, an enticing invitation to delve even further into the ever-present and ever-unfolding Brexit horror story that has framed so much of recent political debate. Brexit: The Uncivil War is certainly an ambitious project. […]

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Tidying Up with Marie Kondo

The “organizing consultant” and creator of the KonMarie method, Marie Kondo has been a rising star since publishing her book The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing in 2011. Her books sold over 5 million copies worldwide, reaching 41 regions and countries. It wasn’t until her recent Netflix […]

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There She Goes

There She Goes is a brand new comedy airing on BBC Four starring David Tennant and Jessica Hynes as the parents of nine-year-old Rosie, played by Miley Locke, a child with an undiagnosed chromosomal disorder and severe learning difficulties. On first description, it might not sound like much of a comedy. Rosie cannot speak, she cannot […]

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Channel 4 Break Free from the London Bubble

Last Wednesday it was announced that Channel 4 will be moving their headquarters out of London to Leeds. The Yorkshire city was chosen over Manchester and Birmingham to host a new central creativity hub. One of the most daring and varied channels has, at least partially, abandoned the world of overpriced pints and Pret A […]

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Dancing Queen

Think RuPaul’s Drag Race meets Dance Moms and bam! You have Netflix’s new original series, Dancing Queen. Taking place in his hometown of Mesquite, Texas, this 8-episode season follows the life of Justin Johnson, professional dancer/studio owner by day and international drag superstar, Alyssa Edwards by night. Justin/Alyssa first graced our TV screens with their […]

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The Haunting of Hill House

Netflix’s  reimagining of the 1959 classic horror novel by Shirley Jackson of the same title, The Haunting of Hill House delivers a more extensive, creative, and successful portrayal of the story and characters than any attempt before.  Previously made into two film versions, once in 1963 and in 1999, both rebranded as The Haunting, the […]

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Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father

The show which follows Jack Whitehall’s relationship with his conservative father, Michael Whitehall, as they travel around the world is back on Netflix. This time on Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father, Michael Whitehall decides to bestow his wisdom unto his son, whilst taking in some high culture on a tour around Europe. However, similar to […]

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ITV’s new series “Butterfly” gives a voice to transgender characters

“Tell our stories with the creativity, dignity, humour and depth that makes us real people. Let us help you tell those stories or better yet, help us tell them ourselves and then put us in them… You’ll be making the world a little bit safer for an intensely maligned, under-represented, and vulnerable population.” GLAAD and […]