Clemence Smith reviews the penultimate week of the GBBO! As four of the UK’s best bakers fought for a place in the Bake Off final, drama was bound to unfold, and this year’s semi-final didn’t disappoint. Patisserie week proved to be just as intimidating as it sounds. The contestants baked twelve pâte à savarin for […]
Max Shepherd finds the new Netflix chess series, The Queen’s Gambit, to be anything but black and white
Livia Cockerell runs us through the highs and lows of pastry week! Pastry week proved to be a flaky one for Linda as she became the fifth baker to say goodbye to the Bake Off tent. From the classic Cornish pasty to the slightly eccentric caged tarts, the bakers were put to the ultimate test […]
Molly Jones finds Ratched, the new thriller series from Netflix, to be a mixed bag of excitement, gore, and cliché
Jess Steward reviews week 3 of the GBBO – Bread Week, or as she calls it ‘Dread Week!’ Week 3 of Bake Off was Bread Week, and with the better bakers beginning to show themselves, those who originally seemed as though they may win started to show cracks. The bakers had to attempt Soda Bread, […]
Henry Jordan begins his London Film Festival coverage with the creepy horror, Relic
Hattie Wheller looks back on week two of the GBBO featuring * spoilers * The Bake Off started back up on our screens last week and its safe to say we weren’t disappointed. Matt Lucas opened the show as Bojo stating, “Stay alert, Bake cake, Save loaves”. We even saw Sura accidentally swat away Dave’s […]
Review: The Unexpected Joy of the Ordinary by Catherine Gray Danni Darrah reviews one of her most loved novels It’s no secret that I’m a fan of the self-help genre. I’ve read how to not give a f*** with Manson, understood the ways of a calm life with Fearne Cotton and even tried finding the […]
Charlotte Bend reviews Lost Songs (Found), Two Door Cinema Club’s new collection of previously unreleased music.
Exeposé Screen contributor dives into Netflix’s After Life Season 2.