Tabitha Peverley

Ghosts: new BBC comedy off to funnily bad start

Ghosts: new BBC comedy off to funnily bad start

As someone who was a massive fan of the CBBC series Horrible Histories, I was ecstatic to find out that the original cast members of it were coming together for a new comedy on BBC 1 called Ghosts. The basic premise of the show is that a modern couple inherits a haunted house from a […]

 Tabitha Peverley

Back with a Bang! Line of Duty Series 5

Back with a Bang! Line of Duty Series 5

Intrigue. Suspicion. A plot twist. All of these things can only mean one thing: yes, Line of Duty is back! Series 5 of Jed Mercurio’s police drama about catching bent cops kicked off again on Sunday March 31, much to the joy and anticipation of fans. Series 4 ended with a shot of Superintendent Hastings […]

 Richard Bellis

Review: Dr Who Series 11

Review: Dr Who Series 11

Source: BBC Pictures After a great first episode that featured some of the best writing we had seen in a long time, I thought the show was going to keep up the momentum and give us a run of excellent episodes. I thought it would be quality over quantity and I think series 11 has […]

 Amy Robinson

The Best of BBC: Clique, Series 2

The Best of BBC: Clique, Series 2

After a hiatus of a year and a half, creator Jess Brittain (Skins) has returned to BBC Three with the second series of smash hit show Clique, which premiered on 10 November. After the success of series one, the show’s return has been highly anticipated by its fans. The series is a dark thriller/drama, tackling issues […]

 Richard Bellis

Dr Who: The woman who fell to Earth

Dr Who: The woman who fell to Earth

Dr Who series 11: The woman who fell to earth After a very mixed series 10, Doctor who seemed to have run out of steam. Its viewing figures were the lowest since the series rebooted in 2005 and many blamed the head writer, Steven Moffat, who had been in charge of the series since 2010. […]

 Northern Lights

Dr Who’s That Girl? A Preview with John Paul Green

Dr Who’s That Girl? A Preview with John Paul Green

John Paul Green, a Film, Media and Cultures lecturer at the University of Sunderland, discusses the latest incarnation of Doctor Who ahead of the upcoming series. And as the new series hits our screens on Sunday, 7 October, the thirteenth Doctor, Jodie Whittaker, takes over the TARDIS helm. John Paul welcomes this first female incarnation […]

 Amie

Tracy Beaker set to return in long-awaited sequel

Tracy Beaker set to return in long-awaited sequel

Jacqueline Wilson created the legendary British character Tracy Beaker 27 years-ago in her book, The Story Of Tracy Beaker, which portrayed the story of a feisty 10-year-old raised in a care home known as The Dumping Ground. Beaker is back in the sequel My Mum Tracy Beaker, but as a 30-year-old mother. The book is to […]

 Amie

Michael Rice: Interview

Michael Rice: Interview

  If the gigantic smile that’s tattooed to his face isn’t a big enough hint that the news of winning £50,000 is overwhelming, then the fidgeting and sweaty palms do. From small-time busker to winner of BBC One’s All Together Now, Michael Rice talks about his rise to stardom. I didn’t even get a chance […]

 Sophie Dishman

Robot Wars to come back to fans’ screens

It has been announced that Robot Wars is coming back.  The comeback was announced on Wednesday, January 13. Mentors Scotland, part of the Tinopolis, has been commissioned by BBC Two to produce a new series of the show. The new series of the show has been commissioned by channel controller Kim Shillinglaw, Acting Controller of […]

 Annie Roberts

Review: Call The Midwife – Christmas Special 2015

Exploding puddings, plenty of snow and the BBC want to head to Poplar. Yes, that’s right – our favourite Midwifes from Nonnatus House were back on Christmas Day for a one-off festive episode. The show kicked off with some heartwarming scenes where Sister Monica Joan (Judy Parfitt) takes on the duty of making the annual […]