Third year student of history and politics at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, though I'm currently studying in Oslo, Norway as part of Erasmus exchange. Usually writing about travel or politics, or complaining about the antics of other students and bad TV. Follow me on Twitter, if you really want - @CaldoHendo
The War on Tourism begins in Southern Europe
The only thing worse than being blown up on a plane is having to share one with a load of people childishly excited about visiting somewhere you think of as ordinary.
It is wrong to remove David Irving's books because he is controversial
Even Holocaust Deniers still have the right for their work to be freely available.
Five legendary cinema box office flops
A short guide to some of the biggest movie turkeys.
TV Review: Fargo (Season 3)
Here's our verdict of the third season of the award-winning show.
How Scotland saved Theresa May
The issue of independence is still deciding how votes are cast north of the border.
TV Review: House of Cards (Season 5)
Another solid season of Machiavellian drama from the Underwoods.
Hooray for Tim: Why I'm (slightly) for the Liberal Democrats
Farron's party have had the balls to take a principled anti-Brexit stance
Remembering the life and career of James Bond star Sir Roger Moore
The legendary English actor played the man every boy wanted to be.
St. Petersburg: Visiting the Red Planet
I too had many misconceptions about Russia...
30 Years of The Simpsons: The Legacy of TV's most famous family
This spring marks three decades since The Simpsons first popped up between Tracey Ullman’s US sketches.
TV Review: Broadchurch (Series 3, Episode 8)
Anti-climax beckoned as the hit show reached its final ever episode.
Fargo is back and continuing to buck trends - here's why you should be excited for Season Three
The third season of the multi-award winning black comedy drama returns this week.
TV Review: Broadchurch (Series 3, Episode 7)
The noose tightens around several suspects, but there's still no clear culprit in sight.
TV Review: Broadchurch (Series 3, Episode 6)
Hardy and Miller deal with a curious - and frightening - case of obsession in the best episode yet.
TV Review: Broadchurch (Series 3, Episode 5)
New victims further complicate the case for Hardy and Miller.
Human rights lawyer Aamer Anwar beats Milo Yiannopoulos for Glasgow University rector job
In a landslide victory.
TV Review: Broadchurch (Series 3, Episode 4)
The list of suspects lengthens as more shocking clues emerge.