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A Song For Jenny: You will not see a more powerful...

A Song For Jenny told the story of how one family’s life was torn apart ten years ago when lslamist suicide bomber Mohammad Sidique Khan...

Muslim Drag Queens: Touching, horrifying and inspirational moment for British gay...

How does the Muslim world cope with the existence of gays — and not just polite gays with nicely trimmed moustaches, but screamingly camp...

The Day They Dropped The Bomb: A moving and powerful documentary

On 6th August 1945, US Superfortress Enola Gay dropped the first atomic bomb on Japanese seaport Hiroshima. The city was obliterated instantly: 70,000 people...

What Happened, Miss Simone? — A riveting, sensory journey through the...

Nina Simone was born Eunice Waymon in February of 1933, into a world that didn't want her to succeed. From the very start of...

The Hunt: An exhilarating, jaw-dropping masterpiece of television

After merely ten seconds of The Hunt, the latest landmark natural documentary series from David Attenborough and the extraordinary BBC Earth team, you're completely...

7/7: London Bombings Remembered: A profoundly affecting commemoration from the BBC

At 8.50am on the seventh of July 2005, three bombs exploded on Tube rains, and another shortly after on a bus at Tavistock Square...

Doctor Who Christmas special “The Husbands of River Song” review

It's as much a Christmas tradition as turkey and Dickens. Doctor Who needs a visiting schedule as clockwork as Santa's. Sometimes, he's good. Oh...

Doctor Who: The Time Lord returns to form with a bang

One might expect that a new series of Doctor Who would start with an episode accessible to everyone, particularly the casual viewer of those...

Macbeth: The definitive cinematic portrayal of Shakespeare’s tragedy

Any time one hears about an adaptation of Shakespeare heading for the big screen, an overriding sense of trepidation is inescapable. From the stylistic...

Child Genius: A fascinating insight into the world of pushy parents

Channel 4’s controversial Child Genius series returned to our screens on Tuesday night, as 20 of the UK’s brightest children competed for the title...

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