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Eerie Predictions Are Getting Closer To Home: Black Mirror Review

Eerie Predictions Are Getting Closer To Home: Black Mirror Review

Entertainment, Film & TV
Charlie Brooker returns with a new season of his dystopian anthology series, Black Mirror, in which we realise that sometimes the scariest things are right in front of us. Reporter: Hannah Grafton | Sub-Editor: Alex Clement 20 seconds in to an episode of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror, it’s obvious that this will not be your usual Netflix binge watch material. Unnerving intro music and a title that shatters on to your screen, is the perfect opening for this collection of dystopian stories of technology and connectivity in the modern world. After two successful three-episode seasons in 2011 and 2013, Brooker has created a third season, comprised of six episodes, which was released on Netflix on Friday (21st). Taking us on a journey through various realities, Brooker shows us his chilli

Two Years Over In 14 Seconds: What’s Next For Cheryl?

Celebrity, Entertainment
Global superstar Cheryl enters a new chapter in her life with new music, a new man…and perhaps a new baby? Reporter - Chrys Salter | Sub-Editor - Alex Clement Indefinitely branded as the ‘Nations Sweetheart’ back in 2009, Cheryl began her solo career after leaving the hugely successful girl band ‘Girls Aloud.’ She was happily married and in high spirits, with her debut single ‘Fight For This Love’ selling over one million copies in the UK, and charting at number one in over 13 countries across Europe. Since then, her career has continued to grow, with Cheryl now holding the record for the most number one singles achieved by any UK female artist...ever; Fight For This Love (2009), Promise This (2010), Call My Name (2012), Crazy Stupid love (2014) and I Don’t Care (2014). Unfortunately

Roald Dahl’s Big Christmas Comeback

Entertainment, Film & TV
‘Revolting Rhymes’ will be adapted for the BBC this December. Reporter: Alex Clement | Sub-Editor: Marta Szymborska The small collection of rhymes by the great Roald Dahl will be making its comeback this Christmas, and on to our screens. ‘Revolting Rhymes’ was written in 1982 and makes up of six stories, which recite the classical fairytales we know and love, but with twists and turns that will surprise us all. The producers who created ‘The Gruffalo’ and ‘Room on the Broom’, will be behind this latest TV adaptation and it’ll be shown on BBC One this December. It will mark 100 years since the birth of the beloved Roald Dahl, and to celebrate, stars such as David Walliams, Dominc West, Rob Brydon and Tamsin Grieg are said to be voicing characters in his stories. Rose Leslie, Bertie
Should there be drug testing for domestic level amateur athletes?

Should there be drug testing for domestic level amateur athletes?

Boxing, Drugtesting, News, Sport, UK
By Alex Zendra. Subbed by Sajid Hassan There has been regulation for professional athletes with anti-doping- however amateur athletes have been neglected. Speaking exclusively to Voice London, England Boxing affiliated coach, Richard Solano Wilson, said: “I think drug testing across the board should take place. Absolutely. I’m concerned about the lack of drug testing at amateur level as I suspect there are boxers out there taking advantage of the lack of monitoring processes.” ­ The subject here is among amateur athletes, but an example can be transferred from the professional British boxing scene for example, in May 2012, Ali Adams who fought Audley tested positive for a banned substance, for this lower level domestic contest. Despite its insignificance, it delivers full credi
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