Raks Patel revisits the Hollywood Costume exhibition at the V&A which highlighted the central role played by costume design in film.
Raks Patel explores Shakespeare’s Globe and explains why it is a very special performance space.
Raks Patel on The Battle for Bermondsey, where Peter Tatchell experienced one of the most homophobic campaigns in political history.
Raks Patel previews Sherlock Series 3, returning to BBC1 on New Year’s Day. The Game is Afoot!
Day 3 of Vada’s Advent calendar sees Raks Patel reflect on her highlight of 2013 – the passing of the Equal Marriage Act.
Raks Patel reviews Tory Boyz, a play about politics, the Tory Party, and sexuality, performed by the National Youth Theatre.
Raks Patel reviews The Kill Team, a documentary featuring the case of a US soldier who becomes a whistleblower and exposes US war crimes in Afghanistan.
Raks Patel reviews Night Moves from the London Film Festival, examining Green activists, ecoterrorism and its potential aftermaths.
Raks Patel reviews How to Survive a Plague, a documentary on treatment-for-AIDS activists in time for World AIDS Day.
Raks Patel reviews Locke from the LFF, a film that follows Tom Hardy’s Ivan Locke on a single life-changing car journey.