Album Review: Billie Piper – Honey to the B

Billie Piper, is an English actor and musician, she first came to the public attention when she released her debut single ‘Because We Want To’ at the age of fifteen, which made her the youngest female artist ever to enter the UK Singles Chart. She however did not truly come to be a household name … Continue reading Album Review: Billie Piper – Honey to the B

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)