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Calum Henderson
Strathclyde, University of

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

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The noose tightens around several suspects, but there's still no clear culprit in sight.

TV Review: Broadchurch (Series 3, Episode 7)

The noose tightens around several suspects, but there's still no clear culprit in sight.

TV
Hardy and Miller deal with a curious - and frightening - case of obsession in the best episode yet.

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
New victims further complicate the case for Hardy and Miller.

TV Review: Broadchurch (Series 3, Episode 5)

New victims further complicate the case for Hardy and Miller.

TV
The list of suspects lengthens as more shocking clues emerge.

TV Review: Broadchurch (Series 3, Episode 4)

The list of suspects lengthens as more shocking clues emerge.

TV
Ahead of Pearl Mackie's debut, we take a look at some of the essential qualities needed to travel in the TARDIS.

What makes a great Doctor Who companion?

Ahead of Pearl Mackie's debut, we take a look at some of the essential qualities needed to travel in the TARDIS.

TV
The shocking nature of the crime at hand begins to take its toll on Hardy and Miller.

TV Review: Broadchurch (Series 3, Episode 3)

The shocking nature of the crime at hand begins to take its toll on Hardy and Miller.

TV
The prime suspects were introduced in this compelling second episode.

TV Review: Broadchurch (Series 3, Episode 2)

The prime suspects were introduced in this compelling second episode.

TV
The opening episode offered a welcome return to the compelling simplicity of the first series.

TV Review: Broadchurch (Series 3, Episode 1)

The opening episode offered a welcome return to the compelling simplicity of the first series.

Visit Norway's most northerly city, and you may think you have reached the end of the world.

Tromsø: Experience the extremes at the outpost of civilisation

Visit Norway's most northerly city, and you may think you have reached the end of the world.

Corradi began lobbying for such a programme in the 1960s.

Meet the woman who changed Europe by founding the Erasmus programme

Corradi began lobbying for such a programme in the 1960s.

Raj Keyaraj had to endure racist messages ‘every single day'.

Strathclyde University's SU president tells of racist abuse he has faced

Raj Keyaraj had to endure racist messages ‘every single day'.

‘The thing is,’ she told me not long before I returned home, ‘sometimes here they don’t give a shit.’

Lazy and beautiful: a reflection on my quick trip around Northern Italy

‘The thing is,’ she told me not long before I returned home, ‘sometimes here they don’t give a shit.’

Stockholm has more claim on the title that most others who claim it.

Briskness and beauty in the Venice of the North

Stockholm has more claim on the title that most others who claim it.

A Republican-controlled government intent on destroying anything associated with Obama's presidency is now in power.

For the weak and vulnerable, Trump’s presidency will be a test of survival

A Republican-controlled government intent on destroying anything associated with Obama's presidency is now in power.

TV
The amateur detective of impossible crimes has returned for another one-off festive episode.

TV Review: Jonathan Creek - 'Daemons' Roost'

The amateur detective of impossible crimes has returned for another one-off festive episode.

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Lovers of cats be warned: not even pets are safe in this most lurid of murder mysteries by the great Agatha Christie.

TV Review: The Witness for the Prosecution

Lovers of cats be warned: not even pets are safe in this most lurid of murder mysteries by the great Agatha Christie.

She was not someone who would sit silently and smile, but a woman who threatened the established order.

Margaret Thatcher was no feminist, but she's still a women's icon

She was not someone who would sit silently and smile, but a woman who threatened the established order.

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