Livia Cockerell discusses the phenomenon of dating shows and how easy it is to become transfixed by them.
Livia Cockerell discusses Netflix’s satirical film Don’t Look Up in relation to the ongoing climate crisis, asking if satire has historically made a difference and if it can now.
Livia Cockerell reviews the new Sam Fender Album, Seventeen Going Under’.
Only two Exeter properties being offered in resettling of 20,000 refugees Following the Taliban’s rapid advancements in Afghanistan this August, the UK government announced that a resettlement scheme would be enforced over the next five years in order to home 20,000 Afghan refugees. However, due to limited funding and high rents, only two houses in […]
The saying goes that art imitates life. When visiting Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, however, the roles are reversed. Lidia Cockerell discusses the VR exhibition and how digitalisation can shed new light on our understanding of art.
Livia Cockerell reviews ABBA’s exciting latest return single.
Livia Cockerell explains how manifestation works, and how to reap the benefits of it.
Recent studies from Rational FX show that only 14 per cent of UK businesses classify a degree as a “very important” attribute when hiring a new employee, and with student mental health plummeting, many are left questioning the value of obtaining a degree in 2021.
Livia Cockerrell explores the benefits of being open about fetishes and sexual fantasies.
Livia Cockerell speaks to skin-care expert, Amy Allen, while she helps us to navigate the maze of Clean Beauty products