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Bake Off: A Shaky Take Off with a Safe Landing

Dear White People and The Power of Student Journalism

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Review: Riverdale Season 2 Finale

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    Bake Off: A Shaky Take Off with a Safe Landing

    Deputy Editor Kat Smith questions whether the eighth series of The Great British Bake Off still has the key ingredients to be a success

    Written by Kat Smith on 20th September 2018

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    Dear White People and The Power of Student Journalism

    News Editor Liam Taft reflects on how student journalism is used in attempt to combat racism in Netflix's Dear White People

    Written by Liam Taft on 17th September 2018

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    Review: The Sinner

    Deputy Editor Kat Smith reflects on the interesting 'whydunnit' of murder mystery The Sinner

    Written by Kat Smith on 25th July 2018

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    Review: Riverdale Season 2 Finale

    Madeline McInnis reflects on the recent season finale of Riverdale

    Written by mmcinnis on 5th July 2018

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    Throwback: Waterloo Road

    TV's Niamh Brennan looks back on Waterloo Road, asking was it the best TV show of all time?

    Written by Niamh Brennan on 2nd July 2018

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    Review: Safe

    TV Critic Niamh Brennan argues that the new Netflix series Safe is fun, familiar and reliable

    Written by Niamh Brennan on 29th June 2018

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    Review: 13 Reasons Why Season 2

    Deputy Editor Kat Smith voices her opinions on the controversial second season of 13 Reasons Why

    Written by Kat Smith on 28th June 2018

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    Has Channel 4 Done The Handmaid’s Tale Justice?

    TV Critic Emma Curzon reviews the opening episodes of The Handmaid's Tale, as the dystopian drama returns for a second season

    Written by Emma Curzon on 31st May 2018

    FEATURE

    Looking at the World Through a New (Queer) Eye

    TV Critic Morgana Chess gives her point of view on Netflix's reboot of the makeover show Queer Eye

    Written by Morgana Chess on 10th May 2018

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    Review: Ordeal by Innocence

    Deputy Editor-elect Kat Smith gives her rundown of Ordeal by Innocence, Sarah Phelps' most recent Agatha Christie adaptation for the BBC

    Written by Kat Smith on 22nd April 2018

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    Netflix: International Programming Taking the World by Storm

    TV Editor Matt Dawson looks at some of the subtitled highlights brought to you from around the world by Netflix

    Written by Matt Dawson on 10th April 2018

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    Teddy Perkins, Or Why You Should Be Watching Atlanta

    Comment Editor Alex Cirant-Taljaard breaks down Teddy Perkins, the most recent chilling episode of Donald Glover's comedy-drama series Atlanta

    Written by Alex Cirant-Taljaard on 10th April 2018
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