“Do you know how hard we work? How little we earn? This city never gives you any chances.”
On the pop culture podcast this week, we discuss the new Jennifer Lawrence-Bradley Cooper film Joy, the Sherlock special, and Channel 4 series First Dates.
Twenty years on from Austen’s cinematic rise, her influence shows no sign of waning.
Our best pieces from the past year. In this selection, our favourite writing about the arts.
The X-Files was a tour of the American subconscious and the most idealistic show of its time. Mulder and Scully are now returning to our screens – but how will their stories work today?
From designing videogames with the Kardashians to metal detecting in East Anglia.
On the pop culture podcast this week, we discuss this year's festive TV offering, plus listener recommendations for the best films to watch at Christmas.
What to listen to and how to do it.
Or just a cute children’s film. You decide!
German racecar driver Sabine Schmitz will join Chris Evans in the show's new incarnation.
It’s actually quite scary.
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