Anna Leszkiewicz is the New Statesman's deputy culture editor.
Question setters and contestants on how the show finally began to gender-balance its questions – and whether it’s now harder as a result.
While food in general has been a big part of film over the past two years, it’s feeding scenes that stand out: from Phantom Thread’s BDSM omelette to Moonlight’s diner meal.
She has raised the bar of pop music so high that her musical contemporaries can only crane their necks and gawk, open-mouthed, at her towering talent.
And all thanks to two fans, 50 volunteers and 28,000 pieces of paper.
Childbirth, a newborn’s cry, and volatile teenage emotions all become life-threatening: children are feared for their sheer vulnerability.
Louise Mothersole and Rebecca Biscuit, aka double act Sh!t Theatre, smuggle in hidden depths to their silly, morbid, and wonderful show.
The success of Cunk as a character is not thanks to her general persona as an ill-informed pundit, but her bizarre turns of phrase.
Steven Spielberg attended, with an acceptance speech applauding #TimesUp and celebrating the magic of the movie theatre.
Soccer Mommy’s debut album Clean is a record that insists on being heard on its own terms.