The show has been building towards high school graduation – but now it’s ending before its lead characters finish school.
On the pop culture podcast this week: the new TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale, the Netflix series Dear White People and mobile game Lumino City.
I clutch at John and Kayleigh's potential for happiness as if at straws.
The short answer: you can't. Here's why.
In an age of attacking the elites, why have British audiences started making cult figures out of University Challenge contestants?
The scapegoating of the anti-porn movement, Offred’s longing for hand cream - these feel like digs at second-wave feminists.
A presenter who speaks freely but in the sort of sentences which can be used as powerful, off-the-cuff links throughout a programme is rare as a unicorn.
Caroline and Anna discuss the final episode of Girls, the black cabbie documentary The Knowledge and the true crime podcast My Favorite Murder.
The actor says over-representation of the privately educated at the top of acting is nothing to worry about – and his many, many privately educated peers agree.
The cast is incredible, but it plays with historical facts, arming its revolutionaries not with serious arguments, but with guns
The comedian reveals his early influences and why Asian families care so much about education.
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