Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett is the first parliamentary candidate to disclose the fact he is HIV positive.
David Hoyle returns to Contact with an exciting new show: I, Victim.
Ever fancied getting your work published? Then look no further – we’re open for submissions.
We get into the kitchen to whip up some treats with sausages and burgers.
Tim Firmager reviews Parlour for an eclectic twist on the usual pub grub.
Indiana’s governor attempts to clarify the purpose of the recently signed ‘Religious Freedom Restoration Act’.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris tries to stop an anti-gay bill from reaching the ballot box in 2016.
With Indiana’s ‘Religious Freedom’ bill passed, Gen Con discusses taking business elsewhere.
Guy Humphrey wonders whether we should worry about gender binarism in cosmetics.
Barry Quinn brings you a taster of Alex Newell, one of Glee’s prospective alumni.
Alex gives a rundown of the first televised event of the general election between David Cameron and Ed Miliband
In his first What’s on Your Playlist, Rhys Evans gives us some of his favorite songs from One Direction, Taylor Swift, and more.
Courtney Barnett’s songs are warm and brutally catchy but never soppy.
The second ever Prowler Porn Awards has some stiff competition.
Scott Balf has made a video reaction to the news that One Direction will continue as a four-piece.
HBO might wrap-up their flagship LGBT drama with a Looking movie.
Alex analyses the Prime Minister’s pledge not to seek a third term following the General Election
Samuel Alexander reviews DreamWorks’ latest animated feature, Home. A heartwarming girl meets alien adventure. Fun ensues.