Weekly Digest – TV Special

While avoiding the World Cup and not watching Love Island, I’ve been doing far more intellectually significant things, obviously, such as watching these naked, lying under a fan and eating Wispas. GLOW – Season 2 Liberty Bell and friends are back in the ring though things are far from plain sailing for any of them. […]

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Hannah Gadsby: Nanette

I really want to talk about Nanette without actually talking about Nanette, which is going to be a bit hard. But going into this stand-up special with little to no knowledge about what it’s about means you’ll be hit with the power of it. It’s not an exaggeration to say that this blew me away […]

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Dietland

*The first 3 episodes* I want to talk about the TV adaptation of one of my favourite books in recent years (and apparently, my Book of 2016) – Dietland. It’s just started airing in the US and thankfully also on Amazon Prime – which is the greatest weekly treat. The first three episodes are up […]

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Weekly Digest

This week I am seriously digging: Atlanta, Season 2 The first season of Atlanta was so good, I feel like I’ve been waiting a life time for it to return. And now Donald Glover and friends (including the amazing Lakeith Stanfield) are back and it’s just as good as ever. Not only is deeply observational, […]

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Weekly Digest – TV Special

Easter holidays means time off work for me this year (yey) and that obviously means it rains everyday and I get to nest indoors watching my shows. This is what I’m currently digging… Ru Paul’s Drag Race – Season 10 I’m not blown away by anyone in the line up yet but then I’m only […]

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Weekly Digest

This is what I’m seriously digging this week. Paddington 2 On Tuesday night after a questionable day at the office, I took myself off to the Odeon to catch Paddington 2, the sequel to the seminal Paddington. Man, I loved it. And yes, I shed more than one tear before the end credits rolled. I […]

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Weekly Digest #6

The things I’m digging this week. *Contains mild spoilers for Insecure & Game of Thrones, if you’re not up to date* Tom of Finland (2017) IMDB Synopsis: Award-winning filmmaker Dome Karukoski brings to screen the life and work of one of the most influential and celebrated figures of twentieth century gay culture. This film is […]

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