My parents hate cooking. As a child my dinners came straight from the oven – turkey dinosaurs and potato waffles galore. When they came home from a long day at work, the last thing they wanted to do was toil away in the kitchen, and I was fine with that.
Most of us know the importance of bees. But did you know that there are over 200,000 species of bee, in all sorts of colours, some with iridescent stripes that refract light to produce rainbows like an opal? Or that some are as large as the palm of your hand? Have you ever considered that a bee is a long-haired vegetarian – a “hippy wasp”?
When Disney+ launched in 2020, I knew I’d be binging shows from my childhood for weeks straight. What I didn’t expect was how progressive they were compared to current Disney Channel sitcoms.
The thin thread of diversity in Netflix’s popular regency drama, Bridgerton, is unravelling.