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Anna Leszkiewicz is culture editor of the New Statesman.
From high tea to, um, "stories from Uni", this anglophile just can't get enough of our lov-er-ly stuff.
Written by Aisling Bea and starring her and Sharon Horgan as two sisters, This Way Up is quietly powerful.
The New Yorker staff writer is deeply and rightly pessimistic about our current era, but is alert to its seductive pleasures.
Here I am again, reflecting on why I spent yet another eight weeks of my summer watching a show I’m not sure I particularly like.
From Game of Thrones to Chernobyl, viewers are finding climate change parallels everywhere on screen. But why aren’t TV dramas confronting our crisis head on?
Creator Cariad Lloyd describes it as “a chance to talk, share and laugh about the weirdness of grief and death – but with comedians”
Inside 2019’s Glastonbury festival, from the headliners to the blazing heat.
Unlike many books about therapy, this is an accessible, informal and very personal story.
From stand-up specials to Tuca & Bertie and Always Be My Maybe, the comedian is hot property.
From Emilie Pine to Sinéad Gleeson, new Irish writers are producing essays that are at once fragmentary, fluid, personal and expansive.