Roy takes us on a whistle-stop-pop tour of 2012 and presents Daniel Kim’s amazing Pop Danthology megamix of what has been a pretty epic year.
Shane takes a stand against the overplayed and tired Robin S blighting clubland, and recommends some alternative club-classics.
Ed Cripps reviews The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, fighting his way past a dragon, a huddle of dwarves and over-dramatic debates about frame rates…
Shane gives us his take on this year’s battle for Christmas #1 and treats us to a few guilty pleasures on the way.
‘Tis the season, and to meet the occasion we’re rolling out our resident Grumpy Old Man, Andy, to give you his take on the recent trend of acoustic cover ads.
Ash looks back at a simpler, Lycra-clad time as he revisits the wonder of the 1966 release Batman: The Movie.
Callum shares his experience performing at the Edinburgh Fringe, and explores the reaction to a gay comic who likes heavy metal, real ale and darts…
Roy Ward takes us through the world of dragons, hacking, slashing and same-sex bonking in RPGs.
Tim Boden anticipates the release of The Hobbit and tries to suss out the magic behind turning a 200 page book into a cinematic trilogy…
With the 3rd series of Sherlock in production and so many loose ends yet to be answered, Callum Scott anticipates the new series and explores the ‘gay-bait’ tension between Holmes & Watson.