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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Whitewashing the walls of period dramas

Daisy Treloar explores the rampancy of racism in the casting of historical television dramas.

The uncanny phenomenon that is Stranger Things

An attempt at explaining the rationale behind the latest craze hitting our Netflix-numbed brains - Stranger Things.

Anthology television: the comeback of continually evolving shows

The renaissance of anthology television - shows experimenting with a new genre every season.

Battle of the Bake Off presenters

The Saint's Arts & Culture team measure potential presenters of The Great British Bake Off against one another.

New arrivals and classics on Netflix

Too busy to go to the cinema? We have the best films on Netflix, old and new, to keep you occupied.

10 television shows to binge-watch this summer without feeling guilty

Binge-watching TV doesn't have to leave you feeling guilty, you just have to choose the right television show to dedicate your summer to.

And Then There Were None: BBC adaption does not disappoint

Sarah Phelps' adaption of Agatha Christie's classic makes for a great watch

Is Modern Family worn in or wearing out?

Now in its seventh season, Modern Family was one of the most anticipated premieres airing in September. The last episode of season six left...

Shows to beat those autumn blues

Wilfred Wilfred is one of those shows with a premise that seems narratively overwhelming. It stars Elijah Wood as a man who begins seeing his neighbour’s dog as an...

Bake-Off: the show the nation can’t get enough of

The Great British Bake Off, when you look past the basic mechanics of baking preposterously ornate cakes against the clock, harks back to the Britain of the 1950s, replete with bunting, cheeky innuendo and half decent summer weather.