With the release of ‘Dunkirk’ in cinemas, it’s time to look at some of the best depictions of war in film, television and literature across the years.
The appointment of Jodie Whittaker as the 13th Doctor has been hailed as a positive step towards more influential female leads on TV. But is making a traditionally male role female the best way to go about this?
Writer Josh critiques the disappointing nature of mass media’s responses to Jodie Whittaker’s casting as the new Doctor Who.
Jodie Whittaker might be the 13th Doctor, but she certainly isn’t the 13th actor to wield a Sonic Screwdriver.
Hannah Dadd nostalgically looks back to her Summer Reading Challenges, a very useful way of encouraging children to read.
With the announcement due tomorrow, who would make a good replacement for Peter Capaldi?
“When you play the Game of Thrones, you win or you die…”
On the fourth anniversary of his death, Deputy Editor Rehana reflects on her favourite Glee performances by Cory Monteith.
Love Island has returned, and with it, the discussions about the paradoxes of reality television.
It’s over till Christmas (sob) but look back at The Edge’s reviews of Doctor Who!
David talks us through what to expect from the fantasy epic’s penultimate season.
Seven years, six series, two & a half Doctors, five-ish companions, a female Master, and a hell of a lot of River Song.