Anna Leszkiewicz is a pop culture writer at the New Statesman.
Via the app, Smith continues to offer the charismatic, wholesome silliness that catapulted him to fame in the 90s.
It might seem a contradiction to release a short film about a supposedly private pregnancy, but it’s a savvy way to walk a treacherous tightrope.
The 21-year-old topped the BBC’s Sound of 2018 poll – their way of sticking a flag in someone and saying “this one’s gonna be huge”.
From five-star dog facilities and expensive doggy birthday parties to dogs living on benefits.
A controversial director may be brought down, but only because powerful actors are finally turning on him. How much progress is that?
We watched it so you don’t have to.
Don’t believe the McHype.
The show’s neatest trick is its appeal to both children and adults.
Channel 4’s new series set in 1990s Derry, follows 16-year-old Erin and friends, as they navigate the trouble with being teenage girls – and the Troubles with a capital T.
“I feel comfortable with him. Sort of safe,” Alyssa thinks, as we cut to James sharpening a knife with obscene glee.