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Is Your New Relationship Love Or Just Cuffing?

The Huffington Post | Sophie Gallagher | Posted 17.10.2017 | UK Lifestyle

The leaves are on the ground, your winter coat has made a return, and you have inexplicably found yourself embedded in a rather serious adult relation...

The Final 'Stranger Things 2' Trailer Was Well Worth The Wait

The Huffington Post | Rachel McGrath | Posted 13.10.2017 | UK Entertainment

‘Stranger Things’ will be back on our screens in a matter of weeks and Netflix have revealed a final trailer. After the opening scene, which sees...

Couple Announces The Sex Of Their Baby With Help From ‘Stranger Things’

HuffPost | Amy Packham | Posted 10.10.2017 | UK Parents

An expectant couple announced the sex of their baby to their friends and family with inspiration from ‘Stranger Things’ - just in time for the hit...

Netflix Has Just Raised The Price Of Its Subscriptions Again

The Huffington Post | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 06.10.2017 | UK Tech

We’ve got some bad news. Netflix is going to become more expensive, again. The company sent out an email to all its users informing them of the pric...

Royal Ramblings Meets Thunder Rosa (Kobra Moon)

Danny Stone | Posted 04.10.2017 | UK Sport
Danny Stone

Thunder Rosa is one of the most exciting, talented and inspiring women in wrestling today. In only three years she has made huge strides in the industry...

Your Comprehensive Guide To What's New On Netflix This October

The Huffington Post | Ashley Percival | Posted 29.09.2017 | UK Entertainment

Here’s your comprehensive guide to what is new to Netflix this October in the UK... NEW NETFLIX ORIGINAL SHOWS: ‘Stranger Things’: Season Two (...

Black Friday Comes But Once A Year... Time For ​The Cloud To Save The Day

Monty Munford | Posted 26.09.2017 | UK Tech
Monty Munford

There's nothing quite like tradition and such tradition in the UK used to mean Christmas advertising began the day after Bonfire Night.

Can You Spot The Penis In Pulled Netflix Kid's Show 'Maya The Bee'?

The Huffington Post | Matt Bagwell | Posted 22.09.2017 | UK Entertainment

Netflix have pulled an episode of the children’s animated series ‘Maya The Bee’, after a penis popped up in one of the scenes. An eagle-eyed mum...

Mum Claims To Spot NSFW Drawing During Kids' TV Show, So Can You See It?

The Huffington Post | Amy Packham | Posted 19.09.2017 | UK Parents

Update: Since publishing, the Facebook status has been removed. A mum claims to have seen a rude drawing during an episode of children’s TV program...

'You Were Born Broken' - Bojack Horseman And The Impact Of Family On Mental Health

Charlie Gearon | Posted 11.09.2017 | UK Entertainment
Charlie Gearon

As Bojack Horseman moved through its first three seasons, the comedy seemed more and more to take a back seat to its discourse on mental health. This most recent series, like its preceding season, is still full of laugh out loud humour, but continues to confront the audience with challenging scenes and a refreshingly three-dimensional depiction of mental-health issues.

Angelina Jolie's Film Highlights Cambodia's Bloody Past - Now Let's Look Towards the Future

James Ronan | Posted 06.09.2017 | UK
James Ronan

I am glad that more attention is being drawn to Cambodia's past, through high profile international projects like First They Killed My Father, but after meeting Cambodian communities, who are working to overcome this tumultuous past, to reweave communities at a grassroots level, and to find their voices, I feel now is a prime opportunity to look towards the future.

La La Land's Director Is About To Bring Some Musical Magic To Netflix (And We Cannot Wait)

The Huffington Post | Rachel McGrath | Posted 01.09.2017 | UK Entertainment

Netflix has announced their latest big budget series and while we don’t want to speak too soon, this could very well be their best yet. After commi...

The Ying And Yang Of Content Moderation In The Age Of Netflix

Ed Pinkney | Posted 24.08.2017 | UK Tech
Ed Pinkney

Media producers and regulators need to take a considered approach to how they portray suicide in drama and film. Campaigners can learn from other public health debates such as the portrayal of cigarette smoking.

This 'Stranger Things' Bar Will Have You Drunk Dancing Like A Demogorgon

The Huffington Post | Natasha Hinde | Posted 22.08.2017 | UK Lifestyle

Hold onto your hats because a bar called The Upside Down has cropped up in Chicago. The ‘Stranger Things’ pop-up is one massive ode to the hit Net...

The Best Stuff On Sustainability To Watch On Netflix

Sourced by HuffPost | Claudia Canavan | Posted 18.08.2017 | UK Lifestyle

Wherever we are, whoever we’re with, we’d much rather be at home watching Netflix. Put your addiction to positive use, with these sustainability-f...

The Story Of The Biggest Criminal Investigation In Iceland's History

Andy Glynne | Posted 17.08.2017 | UK Entertainment
Andy Glynne

What makes this case so unique, is that five out of the six were said to suffer from Memory Distrust Syndrome. They started to distrust of their own minds and furthermore what was suggested to them during interrogation became more real than their own recollections. Memory Distrust Syndrome can create confusion so extreme that people may confess to crimes they didn't commit - even something as a serious as murder.

It's Time For A Media Food Pyramid

Roger Smith | Posted 14.08.2017 | UK
Roger Smith

Is this the ideal Media Food Pyramid? Is there a scientific formula for a healthier diet for our brains? Where are the experts who can develop a defensible model? Addressing the growing trend to dine entirely on entertainment and social media is as important as addressing the physical eating habits of a nation.

Can You Spot The Next Big Digital Disruptor?

Alex Comyn | Posted 04.08.2017 | UK Tech
Alex Comyn

'Disruption' is one of those phrases, isn't it? An annoying buzzword that's already entered into cliché. A word that makes you want to switch off. But however grating the term, the big digital disruptors of the day are transforming how we live and work.

'The Incredible Jessica James' Is Jessica Williams' Springboard To Stardom

Charlie Lindlar | Posted 03.08.2017 | UK Entertainment
Charlie Lindlar

At the obligatory 'boy loses girl' moment of the film, Boone desperately tries to tell James how much he likes her. Her response? A dry but true: "Of course you do, everyone does. I'm friggin' dope." Yeah, Jessica, you are, and it's time everyone knew.

15 Things You Only Know If You’re A Night Owl

The Huffington Post | Sophie Gallagher | Posted 03.08.2017 | UK Lifestyle

If there is one thing you will never understand, it is people who actually enjoy mornings (yes, that exhausting time before midday). For you there is...

Royal Ramblings: Inspired By DDP

Danny Stone | Posted 28.07.2017 | UK Sport
Danny Stone

Don't set your goals low, set them high. Don't set yourself up to fail but set yourself the daily, weekly, the yearly. Two, five, ten years from now, that fantasy goal. I've achieved every goal I've ever gone for but they haven't been exactly the way I've wanted them - a little to the left or right or under but not by much. There's a lot of times I've gone so far past that it's blown my mind and that's when inspiration meets perspiration.

Lily Collins Defends Netlfix's Controversial Film 'To The Bone' After Criticism From Charities

The Huffington Post | Rachel McGrath | Posted 26.07.2017 | UK Entertainment

Lily Collins has spoken out on the controversial Netflix film ‘To The Bone’, in which she stars as Ellen, a 20-year-old anorexia nervosa sufferer ...

Netflix Is Doing It, Again!

Reem El-Shazly | Posted 24.07.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Reem El-Shazly

Netflix needs to stop with T.V shows and movies that are supposed to help "spark a conversation" and "break the taboo" because they do so much more damage than help within the conversation.

Here's That Controversial BBC Pay List In Full

The Huffington Post | Sarah Harris1 | Posted 19.07.2017 | UK

The BBC has released details on how much its top earners were paid over the last year. The corporation had already defended its “incredible record o...

Why I Won't Be Watching 'To The Bone'

Rachel Egan | Posted 17.07.2017 | UK Entertainment
Rachel Egan

What has also angered me and many others about this film, is that it simply reflects the huge misconceptions around eating disorders that are already prevalent in our society. For example, Ellen's character is your stereotypical young white woman, who is tragically misunderstood and hit with this hideous anorexic affliction leaving her with an emaciated body frame.