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Jack Thorne's 7 top tips for writing drama
The award-winning writer offers some invaluable advice on how to write compelling TV drama.
Cuts to school budgets putting special needs children at risk
The removal of teaching assistants may mean that mainstream schools have to turn away pupils with special needs
The Most Underrepresented Minority Group on TV Is Something We Need To Speak About
Spurred by a comment Jack Thorne made at the BFI TV Festival, we ponder on the lack of disabled roles and stories in film and television.
Film Review: Fast and Furious 8
For all those who love the Fast and Furious Franchise, this new instalment is the best continuation you could have asked for.
The Promise director Terry George talks honest filmmaking and the Armenian Genocide
The director sheds some light on his important film.
80% of women can't orgasm through intercourse
New survey reveals the secrets of female orgasms.
Film Review: The Promise
A wonderfully emotive film about love, hatred, prejudice and hope that is definitely worth the watch.
Sunday Book Review: Dreams in Brazilian Slums by Karolina Koziol
Dreams in Brazilian Slums is a collection of thoughts and feelings of one university student’s adventure in Brazil.
Sci-Fi London Film Festival is back this month
Sci-fi fans get ready - what's coming to London this month is out of this world.
Next Labour government to fund free school meals for all primary school children
They'll fund it by charging VAT on private school fees.
Two-thirds of Jewish students who've been victims of a hate crime say it was because of their religion
According to a report by the NUS, which reveals the challenges faced by Jewish students at UK universities.
Film Review: I Am Not Your Negro
I’m Not Your Negro is a splendid visual masterpiece, digging down deep into what it means to be an African American.
Sunday Book Review: The Hereafter by Jessica Bucher
This is an incredibly character driven story and although those stories are harsh, they are treated with care.
This is where the unhappiest students in the country are living
Times Higher Education conducted a survey into the student experience and the results are damning.
London's black male graduates twice as likely to be unemployed
Unemployment rates for ethnic minorities are at a record high.
Over half of young people have experienced controlling behaviour in relationships
Nearly 65% of young people have experienced verbal or emotional abuse in a relationship.
Women in TV and Film panel comes to London
Bluebird Pictures and Mix Knowledgy will present the Women in TV and Film panel on April 21st.
A real life Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory is opening in Switzerland
Chocolate lovers: be prepared to book your flight to Switzerland in April.