“Do you know how hard we work? How little we earn? This city never gives you any chances.”
The familiarity, bordering on the generic, in the format of this “ten years later” update serves to make a valuable point about the UK’s appalling mental health provision.
Drewzy (male, fortysomething) composedly, gently, talks of “time condensing like dew on a damp Cornish window”.
Funny Or Die Presents Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal: The Movie ridicules Trump’s politics through his real estate career.
From Sally Wainwright's fantastic writing to its peerless cast, Happy Valley is a quietly powerful gem.
Will it take a life-threatening injury, or worse, before the madness ends?!
How fandoms are affected when their favourite characters return to their screens.
Channel 4's new documentary, which tackles immigration in Sheffield, has an intriguing cast - but fails to delve below the surface.
Gates didn't quite comprehend the unspoken contract of Desert Island Discs: come ready to bare your heart.
It's hard to listen to Rob Titchener controlling Helen on The Archers. But a new real-life piece of legislation will hopefully make a difference for women like her – and me.
It’s a Friends SRSLY special!
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