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Netflix documentaries cost (no) money money money

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Harriet Metcalfe reports on how Netflix has made many of its best documentaries freely available for students and teachers during the pandemic ...

TV giants stand with protesters – but how are they standing?

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Elisabetta Pulcini discusses the entertainment giants and their public Black Lives Matters statements. Is it enough? ...

Mobile phone donations enable hospital patients to contact families

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Travel Editor, Amy Harris, tells of the donations of mobile phones and tablets that are helping so many reach their loved ones in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic....

Reality TV and sport: the perfect combination?

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Recently, when doing the typical late night browse of Netflix with a few of my house mates, the documentary ‘Drive to survive’ appeared in my recommendations. I was somewhat...

Will Britbox lead British streaming?

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Alfie Blincowe discusses the new British streaming service, Britxbox, and whether there is a demographic for it....

Amazon Prime: The prime picks of the platform

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Amanda Goh goes to Amazon Prime for all her TV-binge needs, discussing what her top pics are from the streaming service....

TwitchCon Europe

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Shawn Khoo updates us with info about Twitch's plans for a Twitch Convention on our side of the pond!...

Brazil’s move to the far right: a future environmental disaster?

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I hope you all like dogs as much as you say you do online, because they’re going to be one of the few animals we have left. Jair Bolsonaro’s election is a disaster – for...

Amazon: Toil and Trouble

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This week, Amazon gave us a clue as to the real source of its shareholders’ dividends. Following criticism over its notoriously bad working conditions, for example, when the...

Review: Preacher

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Ahhh Preacher. What a breath of fresh air. In an industry saturated with lengthy superhero shows and crime procedurals, a programme about a preacher that receives the power of...