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Saturday, October 19, 2019

The TV of St Andrews: What students are watching

In a golden age of TV some series bathe in the glow of public and critical adoration, while others of equal quality lay in...

Why Fleabag is brilliant TV

“This a love story” Fleabag turns to camera to tell us in her irreverent manner as the second series opens. It seems unlikely on...

Sacred Games: A Netflix Recommendation

Online streaming behemoth Netflix has been firing out new television series with such quick succession that it is impossible to keep up. Feeling the...

Coming to screens near you: top TV for 2019

As we all settle back into semester two and have to acclimatise to the reading, the essays, the stressing about reading and essays, I...

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Review

Black Mirror is back with a feature length interactive film on Netflix. Netflix has trialed this technology in four films on their kids platform....

The depiction of masculinity in “Breaking Bad”

Recently I have revisited the show that arguably, spare perhaps The Wire and The Sopranos, kick-started the TV and streaming revolution that has unfolded...

Don’t cancel your streaming subscription just yet

If ever you have found yourself scrolling through social media, you will have no doubt stumbled upon a tweet or a Facebook post that...

Killing Eve: A must-watch

Killing Eve has swept like a tornado across the television landscape on both sides of the Atlantic in recent weeks. Having seen the sensation...

Doctor Who regenerated after Rosa Parks episode

After an episode on Rosa Parks, Doctor Who now feels truly regenerated. At age 55 and with more quality TV to compete with than ever,...

The Good Place: The future of TV comedy

It has been 17 years since The Office first aired in the UK, and 13 since its American counterpart began. Both seemed to represent...