Sarah McKie discusses the problems of Depop and the fashion industry.
Secondhand books don’t often have much financial value. However, last year 54 million used books were sold online in the UK. So, what is the appeal? Don’t get me wrong, I love a shiny, previously unopened paperback from time to time but there is something about secondhand books that captures me more.
Ricky Gervais, genius though he is, has fallen from his role as a totemic titan of British comedy to a vaguely desperate, sensationalised caricature.
Everyone who has received education in the Philippines is familiar with the writings of José Rizal, the country’s national hero or bayani. His duology Noli me Tangere and El filibusterismo exposes Spain’s brutal governance and their heinous treatment of Filipino nationals.
By Olivia Carne Whether you have a cup of tea regularly, occasionally, or not at all, it is undoubtedly a part of your life in some way or another. You may think […]
By Ella Gauci Enda Bowe/ Hulu Is it blasphemy to say that there’s a small part of me that loved the 2020 BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s Normal People more than the […]
Jenny Glas writes on clothes, the environment, and the future of fashion
“how has Witherspoon harnessed her experience in the industry, interest in novels, and new business proposals to cross-pollinate and create a successful business model?”
Amelia Erswell argues the answer is Where the Crawdads Sing
Florence Rolston Ashford explores the success of BBC series ‘Ghosts’ and asks if it is a reflection of today’s creative industries.
Emma Dixon explores our modern consumption of films and the future of cinemas.