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Monday, July 22, 2019

The Mindy Project: putting the quality in equality

As sexist cultural representations go, television tends to head charts as the worst. It has become impossible to turn on the magic box and...

Indie Game: The Movie

Dir: James Swirky & Lisanne Pajot 4/5 Ross Hamilton delves in to the under-explored world of video-game creation with new documentary Indie Game: The Movie, an examination...

“Art through a wider lense” : an interview with SENSE founders

Amanda Levinson interviews the SENSE founders, a unique gallery which promises to play on the five senses: taste, touch, sight, smell and hearing.

NaNoWriMo

Perhaps I am a masochist. Amid everything else I do, I decided to write a 50,000-word novel. In a month. In case you were...

The Critics: Frozen Planet

Frozen Planet BBC One Wednesdays, 9pm A television series like Frozen Planet is both heaven and hell for a television critic. Heaven because it is a glorious...

Bored to Death

A Don Quixote for the modern era? Based on a short story he wrote for McSweeney’s back in 2007, Jonathan Ames’ Bored to Death is...

Radio’s Comeback: the essential podcasts you should be listening to

To survive, media forms have to adapt, now radio allows listeners to access recorded shows in their own time on their computers.

St Andrews’ answer to Gossip Girl

Natasha Franks profiles the anonymous author behind Shiteshead Revisited, the town's premier voice of satire.

Bard from Aikman’s: Richard Osmond Reviewed

Tristram Fane Saunders reviews two new booklets from St Andrews alumnus Richard Osmond

The Charge of the Lightweight Brigade

Half a pint, half a pint, Half a pint onward, All in the valley of Death Rode the six flatmates. ‘Forward, the Lightweight Brigade! Charge for the shots’ he...