Tuesday, December 12The Voice of London

Category: TV

Blue Planet II leaves viewers in guilt

Blue Planet II leaves viewers in guilt

Entertainment, News, TV, UK
BBC One’s master piece based on the Earth’s oceans aired its finale last night leaving viewers mesmerised by the beauty of the blue planet and feeling absolutely remorseful. The finale came with a warning and a deep-set realization for most. Enthusiast audience for the show were quick to take to twitter their increased concerns about the world's oceans as a result of David's revelations. One user expressed, 'This man is a hero. Our hearts are breaking'. Another Twitter user exclaimed the documentary to be 'heart-breaking'. Narrated by David Attenborough the expletory documentary series explores the depth of the seas, the fascinating creatures residing in the blue waters and discusses in detail marine conservation, pollution and climate change. The series
Started from the Upside Down: Will Byers and friends join a band

Started from the Upside Down: Will Byers and friends join a band

Entertainment, Featured, Film & TV, Music, TV
Words: Marija Tomsone | Subbing: Claudia Jackson The Stranger Things boys joined James Corden on the stage as a Motown cover band. Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, Caleb McLaughlin and Gaten Matarazzo revealed that they are not only good at saving the world, but also at performing on the stage. The Stranger Things stars appeared on James Corden’s The Late Late Night Show as a Motown cover band named The Upside-Downs along with the host last night. The group has covered such classic tracks as Reach Out I’ll Be There by Four Tops, My Girl by The Temptations and I Want You Back by Jackson 5 as a Motown tribute act. Meanwhile, Finn Wolfhard, who plays Mike Wheeler on Stranger Things, has asked the fans of the hottest show today to stop harassing the cast. This followed criticism tow
Talentless Talent

Talentless Talent

Celebrity, culture, Entertainment, TV
Words: Demi Bailey-Paul| Subbing: Stella Akinwumi Is personality the new talent? No, this is not a title of a new reality television show. This is in fact the stark reality of today’s entertainment industry. With the rise of social media having an ever-growing presence on our daily lives and reality television birthing ‘celebs’ practically every day, seems as if we are in a generational era whereby regular people on television with the skill to charm the nation can become stars overnight. They seem to be skipping the blood, sweat and tears stage that a traditional artist would have to go through, instead, the fame is handed to them on a plate, along with a handy clothing line campaign as the cherry on the cake. Have you noticed a trend going on lately? Novelty acts are getting sig
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