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Feel Good S2 will have you feeling so much more than the title suggests

While the first season focuses mainly on Mae’s addiction and George’s navigation of her sexuality, the second expands on the roots of Mae’s poor mental health and being taken advantage of in her industry. This season - especially the finale - I found to be particularly touching.
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'A Quiet Place II' is still something to scream about

John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place Part II (2021) gives us an equal amount of thrills to its predecessor but provides us with considerably less drive.
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City Killed the Stars: Spotlights Lockdown Radio Play

By Bamidele Madamidola, Arts Critic I think a lot of people are in relationships because they don’t want to
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Review: Bristol Poetry Institute Annual Reading with Claudia Rankine

by Emma Hanson, English Literature, Masters The Bristol Poetry Institute annual reading took place on Wednesday 18th November, organised in
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A Life on Our (dying) Planet: David Attenborough's plea for climate and biodiversity

In the brand-new documentary ‘A Life on Our Planet’, co-produced by Silverback Productions and WWF, David Attenborough declares his witness statement to the world.
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Five years on from "Hannibal": will we ever get a fourth season?

As Thomas Harris writes, “the tragedy is not to die, but to be wasted.” And to waste Hannibal would be close to unforgivable.
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"I May Destroy You" turns a sharp eye on the varied intricacies of modern relationships and sex

Rather than suffering from a sense of patronising victimisation or voyeuristic sensationalism, the show approaches its sensitive subject matter with admirable directness and understanding.
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