Friday Poem: Olive Custance – The Masquerade
Olive Custance takes a rather dark view on society in this week's poem.
TV Review: The 100 (Series 4, Episode 8)
The team still struggles to recreate night blood, as Jaha continues his hunt for a radiation bunker.
TV Review: Wentworth Prison (Series 5, Episode 1)
As the prison drama returns, everyone is dealing with the news of Bea Smith's shocking murder.
Theatre Review: My Country; A Work in Progress @ The Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Carol Anne Duffy uses the voice of the nation to create a unique play about the current British political climate.
TV Review: The 100 (Series 4, Episode 7)
The black rain arrives and tensions are higher than ever to find a way to survive
Friday Poem: Charles Bukowski – Alone With Everybody
Bukowski isn't one to shy away from harsh truths.
TV Review: The 100 (Series 4, Episode 6)
All hopes of survival are now on the creation of night blood.
TV Review: The 100 (Series 4, Episode 5)
Threat of war creates huge problems for Skaikru.
Review: Rose & Rosie Exposed @ O2 Institute, Birmingham
Rose & Rosie Exposed is a fun night with plenty of laughs.
TV Review: The 100 (Series 4, Episode 4)
High tensions changes several dynamics in this weeks episode of The 100.
TV Review: The 100 (Series 4, Episode 3)
Pressures are increased as the radiation begins to create visible problems.
TV Review: The 100 (Series 4, Episode 2)
Roan's leadership continues to be threatened in the second episode of The 100
TV Review: The 100 (Series 4, Episode 1)
The E4 show returns with another nuclear rollercoaster for Clarke.
Here's why Channel 5 need to hurry up and air Wentworth in the UK
The fifth season of Australia's most online pirated show has yet to receive a UK broadcast date - is online streaming to blame?
The rise (and pitfalls) of queer female representation in mainstream television
With LGBTQ characters on the rise, including Doctor Who's latest companion, we look at television's history of LGBTQ representation.