Caroline and Anna discuss the final episode of Girls, the black cabbie documentary The Knowledge and the true crime podcast My Favorite Murder.
From randy Postman Pat to white supremacist Smurfs, we present to you your childhood in tatters.
On the pop culture podcast this week: we discuss the Netflix adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events, the new CBBC version of The Worst Witch and the MTV podcast Speed Dial.
On Friday the Thirteenth, 13 years since the film adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s series (of 13 books) was released, eight episodes dropped on Netflix. How did we get here?
The sketch show Revolting's satiricial take on jihadi brides has divided opinion.
The second series of Michaela Coel’s bizarre sitcom brings us cringeworthy farce and human empathy in equal measure.
The musical note of Neeson’s baritone was a tuba, a double bass, the left end of a piano, containing the suggestion of a hinterland within.
Hospital, filmed inside St. Mary's hospital, makes you feel intensely proud of the NHS, but furious at its structural problems. Plus: Taboo .
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The Worst Witch is, essentially, a story aimed at bookish young women that deals with imposter syndrome.
On the pop culture podcast this week: Tom Hardy’s period drama Taboo, the musical delights of La La Land and a children’s TV throwback with The Box of Delights.
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