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Camilla Cassidy takes us through a story about human existence, told by machines.
As an increasing number of Award winning musicals such as Hamilton have their origins in history, Vicky Greer takes a look at what makes people fall in love with these shows.
With recent remakes of Spyro and Crash Bandicoot, as well as remasters of Assassins Creed titles, why are developers now reimagining old titles? Jack Nash dives into the subject of the remake.
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In the aftermath of the Game of Thrones finale, Editor Thea asks a big question: How relevant will GRRM’s last two ASOIAF books be?
The Edge writers roll out their sunbeds and list off their favourite beach episodes!
Should we celebrate big-name actors in the theatre? Literature Executive Abi discusses.
Game of Thrones wraps up this spring – but what comes after the dust has settled?
We’ve gathered in Stags’ to watch Eurovision, so you don’t have to (but what are you doing if you’re not, really?)…
Louise Chase previews television’s next big thing: a Lord of the Rings-inspired TV series.
Literature Executive Abi defends the joys of the printed word in the age of the e-book revolution.
Becky Davies investigates the strong link between social media and reality television.
As part of our social media coverage, Alice rewinds back to the opening episode of Black Mirror season 3.