On the pop culture podcast this week: Anthony Horowitz police procedural New Blood, the Absolutely Fabulous movie and the 2005 film Bewitched by Nora Ephron.
To Ronnie Scott’s in Soho for the opening of the London Jazz Festival and the launch of a new “BBC Music Jazz” pop-up station.
Orion: the Man Who Would Be King tells the story of Jimmy Ellis – and how his act ended. Plus: The Great Pottery Throw Down.
The candidates have to smell what sells. And it’s mainly cheap tat.
On the pop culture podcast this week we discuss Aziz Ansari’s new show Master of None, the film adaptation of Colm Tóibín’s Brooklyn and the 2005 film Transamerica.
The villian of The Archers is so hated he even makes the announcer sound tense. But what will happen when leaves. . .?
Right now, a lot of BBC drama feels like it was written by numbers. London Spy is different. ITV's Downton, sadly not.
The candidates have to do some weeding and put up shelves.
On the pop culture podcast this week we discuss historical TV sensation Outlander, otherworldly podcast Welcome to Night Vale and Chris Kraus’ epistolary novel I Love Dick.
The New Statesman podcast.
From the Beatles arriving home from America to Damien Hirst’s tedious old shark, Sandbrook's buttock-clenching documentary disappointed. Plus: The Dresser.
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