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Is ‘based on a true story’ a film fib?

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Alec Wilson questions the validity of the 'based on a true story' claim....

Is it okay for comedy to cause offence?

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Lydia Eavers discusses the fine line between satire and disrespect in contemporary comedy...

How can waiting years to release new music affect an artist’s fanbase?

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Finlay Holden talks how waiting too long to release new music can alter peoples careers...

Weinstein’s legacy: the perpetuated myths surrounding sexual assault?

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Earlier this month Weinstein’s lawyer, Donna Rotunno, made a shocking statement when asked if she had ever been sexually assaulted; Rotunno stated she had never been assaulted...

Should the UK improve global health?

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Lilla Marshall voices her opinion on why infectious diseases tend to have a bigger impact on some regions than others...

Books you lie about reading

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George Gardener tells us all about the great works of fiction which we love to lie about reading....

Animation Station: Corpse Bride (2005)

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For this weeks Animation Station, Ellie Parkin dissects Tim Burton's Corpse Bride...

The poshest spot in Newcastle: the iconic Jesmond

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Lydia Pendrigh offers her views on the love-hate relationship between Newcastle students and Jesmond. ...

Boris Johnson’s rise to power: the great rejuvenation of the UK

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After the inevitable fall of Theresa May, a dedicated, yet notably ineffective prime minister, it was obvious to all that the next leader of the Conservative Party needed to be...

Safety on set: Is the spectacle worth it?

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Is it too much?...