This program is what our story would look like if it was written in patisserie cream.
And it does so to distract us from what’s important.
A producer from the Alan Titchmarsh Show has found himself knee deep in a sexist mire after turning down a female debater from The Union and requesting a “male” and preferably “British” one in her place.
FRANCESCA HILL asks what all the hype is about with Andy Murray.
JIM ROSS, AKA Mother James Fox, takes you through the perils and pitfalls of student accommodation at real universities.
PETE SKIDMORE gives the highest possible praise to a group of folk singers who would look at home in a 16th century tavern.
My first Fringe show was described as ‘the worst show on the Fringe.’ ELENA PALA has a white wine with legendary pub landlord AL MURRAY.
Senior Music Critic DAVID HOLLAND goes to Cafe Nero in his lunch break and enjoys the best concert he’s seen all year.
In TOMMY BAJOREK’s final column from Odessa, he reflects upon why Ukrainians drink, and gets sweaty with some boozy old men.
Unlike the King, TADHGH BARWELL O’CONNOR can get his words out. Lucky us.