Film Review: Filth
How will Irvine Welsh's 'unfilmable' crime drama translate to the big screen?
Festival Review: Download 2013
Over the weekend of the 14-16 June, Donington Park underwent its annual transformation into a pilgrimage site for metalheads the world over, hosting the eleventh Download festival to grace the UK.
Festival preview: Gottwood Festival
Gottwood festival is described as 'the mystical little party in the middle of the woods'. In its fourth year, it is once again preparing to bring its unique atmosphere to Wales.
Gottwood festival announces student DJ competition
Budding student DJs have the chance to play at Gottwood festival through their student DJ competition.
Utopia commissioned for second series
In January this year, Utopia debuted on Channel 4. A six-part British conspiracy thriller, the series was a hit both critically and commercially. This week C4 gave the green light for production to go ahead on series two.
Interview: Chapel Club
Indie electronic outfit Chapel Club burst onto the London music scene in 2010, with their single 'The Shore' named 'Hottest Record in the World' by Zane Lowe and NME naming it 'Track of the Week'. TNS spoke to Chapel Club vocalist Lewis Bowman about their up-coming album, getting old and appropriate hair length
V Festival headliners announced
This year's V Festival headliners have been announced as Beyonce and Kings of Leon. The UK festival will take place on 17th and 18th August in Weston Park, Staffordshire and Hylands Park, Essex.
Survey finds link between breakfast and high academic performance
90% of the highest achieving Westminster University students eat breakfast before 9am every morning, and 80% wake up before 8am to eat breakfast.
George Galloway accused of anti-semitism
George Galloway, Respect MP, is being accused of anti-Semitism after he stormed out of a debate at Oxford University saying "I don't debate with Israelis" to a student speaker.
Top 5 Harlem Shakes
We've all seen and heard the Harlem Shake by now. Earlier, TNS explored the origins of the craze. Now we take a look at the top five Harlem Shake videos to grace the internet. Let the madness speak for itself...
Interview: Nicholas Sparks
The film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks's novel Safe Haven was released on 14th February. TNS caught up with him...
Christian Union homophobia controversy at UEA
An event held by the Christian Union at University of East Anglia's Union bar on 6th February caused controversy when a guest speaker made comments which could be interpreted as homophobic.
BAFTA hosts television careers event for young people
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) announced yesterday that they are hosting a day long careers event for aspiring TV entrants entitled BAFTA TV Forum: Generation Next on 10th May in London.
Wireless line-up revealed
Wireless 2013 has today announced its star-studded line-up, with pop titans Justin Timberlake and Jay Z headlining. The July festival will also host performers Rita Ora, Snoop Dogg and Calvin Harris.
London Plus Size Fashion Weekend hits Shoreditch
Over the weekend 15th -16th February the first London Plus Size Fashion Weekend was held at Shoreditch Town Hall, celebrating the larger woman and her curves.
Cardiff University 'worst in UK' for sexual health services
Cardiff has come last in a sexual health league of Russell Group universities. How does your uni compare?
Report reveals that debt of UK university students adds up to Â£20bn
A new report has found that students in the UK are in debt to the tune of nearly ï¿½20bn.
New website offers chance for students to win university fees
Does the thought of graduating with masses of debt fill you with worry? There may be an answer - new website WinMyFees is offering a chance for all UK students to win their university fees through an online monthly competition.