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29 March 2021

March 29 Celebrity Social Buzz: Madonna causes controversy with new pics; Line of Duty theories fly

What’s better than waking up on a Monday to some overnight controversy from the Queen of Pop, Madonna? The legendary performer took to her Twitter account last night (March 28th, ...
29 March 2021

Teachers say period of online learning helped to close the ‘achievement gap’

Online independent senior school, Minerva’s Virtual Academy www.minervavirtual.com, has made several more, new appointments of teachers this term who have each chosen to move away from roles at traditional schools, in ...

27 March 2021

All of the DC Easter Eggs we spotted in the first trailer for James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad!

Fans are more than excited to see James Gunn take the wheel for The Suicide Squad, as his success at the helm of the Guardians of the Galaxy films for ...
27 March 2021

TV News Roundup: George R.R. Martin signs five-year HBO deal; The Boys casting news

As has become tradition for a Saturday, today we’ll be taking a look at some of the biggest TV news to break across the past seven days! This week, we’ve ...
27 March 2021

The Sinister Saturday series focuses on a case from the 50s: John Christie’s carnal killings

Many serial killers have childhood issues, and John Christie was no exception. Their parents usually tend to be abnormal, rude, or both, and this can of course lead to the ...

27 March 2021

March 27 Celebrity Social Buzz: Sharon Osbourne leaves The Talk

There has been a major shakeup behind-the-scenes at CBS chat show The Talk, with original founding panellist Sharon Osbourne deciding to leave the series after a conversation surrounding racism got ...
26 March 2021

One year in lockdown: The albums that have helped us get through the past 12 months

Forget the cringey celebrities singing Imagine in their gigantic gardens, telling us all to smile to get through the coronavirus pandemic. It’s the artists who have put their heart and ...
26 March 2021

All the best books released in the past year which are sure to keep you hooked!

These books have been all over our Twitter feed; due to their recent release or because of the sheer volume of praise they’ve received. Books are a brilliant way to pass ...
26 March 2021

March 26 Celebrity Social Buzz: Lewis Capaldi delays tour to focus on new album

With the return of Celebrity Social Buzz today, we’ve got some sad news in from Lewis Capaldi, who has made the tough but likely correct decision to push back his ...
25 March 2021

Exclusive interview with Team GB sprinter Corinne Humphreys

Team GB sprinter and advocate for LGBT equality in sport - Corinne Humphreys, is hoping to compete at her first Olympic games this summer. Although her training had to be ...

25 March 2021

One year in lockdown: Five films everybody’s been watching to keep themselves entertained

If there’s one thing that’s kept us all entertained through lockdown, it’s on-demand entertainment. Whether you get joy from reading, television or movies, there has been something to enjoy from ...
25 March 2021

One year in lockdown: TV shows that almost everyone watched obsessively in the past year

Since the beginning of a year-long on-off lockdown, many people have non-surprisingly turned to TV, movies and books to entertain them until the outside world is safe once more. While ...
25 March 2021

The Film of the Week series highlights a phenomenal movie: Zack Snyder’s Justice League

Warning: Spoilers! The Snyder cut of Justice League was something that fans begged for after we were served the atrocity that was Joss Whedon’s 2017 version of the same film. ...
25 March 2021

Model Laura Iafrate on how she bagged the Elite Model Look 2014 title

Modeling is a profession that is mistakenly believed to be built on the luck of being discovered, but model Laura Iafrate knows about the determination that it takes to succeed ...

24 March 2021

A year of Disney+: Great releases to come from the popular streaming service in 2020/21!

Disney+ was first launched in the UK on March 24th 2020, which turned out to be perfect timing due to the then developing Coronavirus pandemic. A year on, we’re still ...

24 March 2021

Celebrities unite in Open That Coca-Cola photo series by Anais Gallagher

Coca-Cola fans across the nation have shared that the experience of drinking a Coca-Cola is something that’s almost impossible to put into words and for the first time ever, the ...

23 March 2021

Your weekly horoscope: 22nd- 28th March 2021

The beginning of the week marks the spring equinox which is a time of new beginnings, renewal and regeneration. The direct alignment of planet Mars with earth this week brings ...

20 March 2021

Review: Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Episode 1

After WandaVision ended two weeks ago, fans have been eager to get the next show underway. With a week-long gap between WandaVision and Marvel’s next original series on Disney+, The ...

20 March 2021

TV News Roundup: American Horror Story 10 title revealed; Killing Eve ending

It’s been another wild week in the world of television, with a bunch of exciting announcements getting us in the mood to settle down and watch some of our old ...
20 March 2021

The Sinister Saturday series follows the murders carried out by the Night Stalker

This week’s story focuses on a man who witnessed horrible things at a young age, leaving him to manifest evil thoughts and eventually, evil doings into his life. Richard Ramirez ...

20 March 2021

Five of cinema’s most iconic female protagonists that paved the way for a generation

There are many great heroes to pick from the impressive roster cinema has given us. Many men have taken up the mantle of the protagonist, but due to International Women’s ...
19 March 2021

True crime fans unite! RedHanded and Drunk Women Solving Crimes join forces for Red Nose Day

Today (March 19th, 2021) marks the return of Red Nose Day, aiming to bring together the United Kingdom in a bid to show that humour is the perfect antidote to ...
19 March 2021

It’s 100 years since films on planes were first shown, so let’s celebrate cinema’s airborne movies!

In-flight films have been around since 1921. From then on, planes showing movies to passengers became less and less unusual. It also got easier over time due to technological and ...
19 March 2021

Podcast of the Week: The Doodler with Kevin Fagan and Michael Taylor

Nearly five decades ago, a serial killer terrorised the gay community in 1970s San Francisco. Targeting gay men, this still-unnamed psychopath would target homosexual men and earned their nickname of ...