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One St Andrews, Many Talents

One Britain, Many Cultures - part of the Black History Month celebrations - saw a host of talented student performers and speakers celebrate cultural diversity, identity and equality in St Andrews on Tuesday night

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.

Charge of the writing blockade

The winning piece from the Frank Muir prize

Academic discussions of Harry Potter and daily fancy dress

During Dragon Con, moving as part of this massive sea of people taking over the city, you feel an overwhelming sense of unity

Girls

The new HBO series is splitting critics opinion. Is it a little too close to home?  I first started watching the new HBO sitcom Girls...

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...

The Poet and the Rock Star

Photo credit: University of St Andrews  Two Pauls, both virtuosos of words and music, took to the stage for performances and an intimate conversation at...

Questioning Queer Qualms

Venue 2 hosts Queer Question Time, but what’s the use in talking? It was as diverse a crowd as you might expect which filled up...

Sign of ancestry or fashion statement? The natural hair debate

"Natural black hair is seen as uncontrollable, unruly and unprofessional, consequently the women who wear it are defined in the same way."

‘You’re not alone: Horatio hates revision, too’: Common Ground reviewed

D A Prince's real charm lies in her technical skill, her ability to construct constrained, minimalistic poetry and at the same time let it yield to unbridled emotion.