Martyn Hett has been slaving over the Coronation Street archive again, and brings you his 10 Reasons why he’s a Deirdre Barlow Superfan!
We look at Netflix prison-drama sensation, Orange is the New Black, and why the TV show is much better than the book it is based on.
Dylan B Jones’ field guide to the urban underground movement that’s changing the face of contemporary rap one sequin at a time.
Georgie Gough on ethical fashion and whether the whole trend is actually a facade. Can you ever have ethical mass-produced fashion?
Rhys Harper on Lorde, the New Zealand starlet taking America by storm, reflecting on her similarities with Lana Del Rey, and whether it actually matters.
Jack Sadler explores the enduring pop culture impact of Sweden, and how and why the country keeps hitting above its weight on the cultural scene.
Will Connolly reviews Ghost (The Musical), a touching, emotional, angry fight to protect the one you love from harm, currently touring the UK.
Tim Boden sets out why Pride still has a purpose in the 21st century, both at home and abroad. We’re here, we’re queer, and we’re happy that way.
Sean Ward reviews this year’s V Festival, the pop/rock hybrid fest that boasted Beyonce, Paloma Faith & Of Monsters and Men amongst others.
David Blackett reviews Episode 1 of the new series of the Great British Bake Off. Entendre galore and chocolate! So much chocolate.