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  • Doctor Who’s regenerating – in more ways than one…

    The casting of a new Doctor is actually a reflection of the intended audience, writes Beth Carr. Months of speculation and...

    ArtsBeth Carr21/07/2017
  • The Heartbreak of Molly Hooper

    SPOILERS FOR THE LATEST SERIES OF SHERLOCK An opinion on the emotional repercussions of the Sherlock series finale. Sherlock Series Four...

    ArtsBeth Carr06/03/2017
  • Netflix & Diversity

    Orbital’s Georgia Beith gets to grips with an issue bigger than Netflix and Chill: the topic of Netflix and Diversity. Netflix...

    ArtsGeorgia Beith14/12/2016
  • BBC Broadcasting House Tour a hit for Media Society

    A gloomy January day was no obstacle for Media Society as members and non-members enjoyed their first event of 2016: a...

    Sports and SocsBeth Carr05/02/2016
  • A Royal Review

    Based on the novels by Lily Blake and dramatised by Laurie McCarthy and Stephanie SenGupta, the new television series, ‘Reign’ has...

    ArtsOlivia Atkinson24/11/2015

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