Whether your hero wears spandex or cat ears, inspirational pop culture figures can help deal with real life difficulties.
Emma Hills, the head chicken trainer at Giffords Circus, knows what gets them clucking.
Violence against women and girls is often read as “gripping” or “compelling” in both fiction and non-fictional narratives.
A surprisingly involving depiction of a clergyman provides the saintly contrast to the sinner being judged by a real jury.
The writer who brought Harry Potter to the stage talks about a difficult childhood, his hopes for Labour, and his new production of Woyzeck.
On the pop culture podcast this week: the debut solo single from Liam Payne, the Netflix series The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and the David Lynch film Mulholland Drive.
Beesley’s new comedy explores a heady world of sex, drugs and insulating glass units.
By the time we reach the coastal area of Punta Chiquita there is no radio signal at all.
A powerful drama exploring the Rochdale child grooming scandal contains miraculous performances
On the pop culture podcast this week: Harry Styles’s debut solo album, the Netflix series Anne with an E and Olivia Sudjic’s novel Sympathy.
Taste, not just food, is a fundamental concern of the show. (contains spoilers)
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