Give It a Listen: Jess Glynne, Autumn Rowe & Purdy

Barry Quinn delivers this weeks Give It a Listen, which includes Jess Glynne, Autumn Rowe and Purdy.

What’s the problem with women playing Ghostbusters?

Scott McMullon wonders why some people are struggling with the new cast of Ghostbusters.

Auntie Vada needs you!

As Vada grows, we’re looking for new blood. Writers, editors and reviewers welcome.

Björk – Vulnicura – Album review

John Preston checks out Bjork’s stunning new album, Vulnicura.

Birmingham Calling: Hannah Brown – Interview

Sophia Carter catches up with Birmingham based singer-songwriter Hannah Brown.

GetYourGuide – take a trip down under

To celebrate Australia Day, GetYourGuide has put together a collection of their top holiday activities down under.

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    London Bound: Sofia Music – Interview

    Sophia Carter catches up with Sofia Music and talks break ups, coming out anthems, music, tours and Norweigan songstresses.


    Syriza victory – what next?

    Alex looks at the results from Greece and wonders if this is a triumph for the anti-austerity movement.


    Broadchurch – Series 2, Episode 4 – Review

    The second series of Broadchurch continues, but problems are amounting.

    TV Editor Barry Quinn reviews the latest episode of Looking; Agustín’s nice (again), Doris is funny (again) and Patrick’s in deep water (again).

    Maisie Barker tells us which five songs she’s loving in this instalment of What’s on Your Playlist.

    Craig Lomas catches up with upcoming house DJ Shiftd.

    US pastor Scott Lively – who helped create the Ugandan ‘Kill the Gays’ bill – will stand trial for crimes against humanity.

    Tim Firmager outlines the new luxury hotel La Grande Maison Bernard Magrez, located in Bordeaux.

    Craig Lomas talks us through the new range of Gourmet Spirulina, the first spirulina product in the UK.

    Craig Lomas looks at healthy cooking alternatives.

    After last weeks brilliant episode, Glee is back to what it does best this week. Being terrible.

    Adam Lowe checks out Banana – the younger sibling to Russell T Davies’ Cucumber.