Album Review: Sheridan Smith – A Northern Soul

Sheridan Smith is an amazingly talented actress and singer, originally from Epworth, Lincolnshire but now based primarily in London. She has performed in a wide variety of roles in film, television and stage perhaps the most prominent of which included Janet Keogh (née Smith) in the BBC Two sitcom Two Pints of Lager and a … Continue reading Album Review: Sheridan Smith – A Northern Soul

Top 10: BBC The Social Creators

The Social is a project developed by the BBC to give young Scottish voices a platform. They aim to support content creators across a variety of subjects including comedy, music, gaming and life issues. They are based in Glasgow but encourage and develop new creative talent from all across Scotland.  So that’s just a little … Continue reading Top 10: BBC The Social Creators

Radio Review: Blocked – Sitcom Pilot

So this is a weird one, but something that I wanted to talk about anyway, Now I’m not sure how many people will know about, let alone remember this Radio 4 Pilot but I think not only is it worth talking about but also worth listening to as well. I’ll include a link at the … Continue reading Radio Review: Blocked – Sitcom Pilot

Response to The New Doctor

I guess I’m a bit late to the party on this one seeing as she was officially announced as the new Doctor on Sunday 16th July 2017 but I didn’t want to rush to an opinion and frankly I wanted to wait until everyone else has had their say before I reacted and I feel … Continue reading Response to The New Doctor

TV Review: The Mighty Boosh – Season 3

So I've pretty firmly covered the premise/concept of The Mighty Boosh in my reviews of the first and second seasons, but in case you missed those, I'll go over it again quickly. The Mighty Boosh is a surreal British comedy by Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt, that features absurd plots, wacky and zany characters and … Continue reading TV Review: The Mighty Boosh – Season 3

TV Review: The Tomorrow People (2013)

The Tomorrow People was a relatively entertaining show, and surprisingly, in my opinion it did something that a lot of other shows failed to do, which was remake a show originally developed for the British market in America, see the US versions of Shameless, Skins and The Inbetweeners for examples of shows which failed to … Continue reading TV Review: The Tomorrow People (2013)