With The 1975 coming under fire for their new single featuring Greta Thunberg, Editor Jack Nash looks at how music can be a platform for tackling climate change.
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Maddie Lock weighs in on the debate as to whether our excitement over Drag Race USA is starting to sashay away.
Amy Penn explores how we can all help to protect the mental health of contestants on ITV2’s most popular show.
With the news that Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss will be producing a new series of Star Wars films, Film Editor David speculates as to what the future of Star Wars holds.
Do the recent Brit nominations show the awards have lost touch with how the public consume music?
Katja Stout discusses the rise of modern disaster and comedy horror like Sharknado.
Writer Josh critiques the disappointing nature of mass media’s responses to Jodie Whittaker’s casting as the new Doctor Who.
Writer Sophie Jones examines the importance of representing Albus Dumbledore as gay in the next instalment of Fantastic Beasts.
Writer Maddie Armour-Chelu discusses how the popularity of broadcasting live television drama has skyrocketed.
Writer Laura examines whether Marvel can realistically blame diversity for recent declines in comic-book sales
News Editor Rob discusses whether gaming remakes and remasters such as Crash Bandicoot and Jak and Daxter are becoming the latest cop-out in an increasingly competitive gaming world.
Culture Editor James Barker argues why a gay companion is a big step for the sci-fi show.
Writer David discusses director Brett Ratner’s recent remarks, should we really be paying much heed to what the critics have to say?
Writer Maddy Armour-Chelu discusses the incredible popularity of Planet Earth II among the younger generation- to the point it has eclipsed The X Factor in terms of viewing figures.