Eyebrow plucking, the UL Reading Room and Aled from Radio 1: KATIE MAIR imparts some revision wisdom.
This week SIANA enjoys the little things, such as random, useless nuggets of facts.
It’s dark, it’s rainy and the future is anything but orange. With no inspiration, it’s hard to see a career forming ahead of us. So we sent JAMES MITCHELL to collect some movie inspiration for our shaky career prospects.
If you see KATIE in the library it’s probably just because she can’t stand to be alone.
LAURA GRAYLING banishes revision boredom.
LEAF ARBUTHNOT is back with food to feed the brain.
SIMON BAJKOWSKI muses on the changing face of Britain’s Got Talent, suggesting that since this series runs off the back of an oh-so-familiar precedent, the post-modern viewer requires something different from the BGT experience. Enter Messrs McIntyre and Hoff.
It is essential for the continued functioning of the universe that for every boring thing (revision) at least two fun things must happen. KATIE MAIR teaches us how to frolic.
Uncle A encourages diligent student Pablo to enter the virtual minefield that is Facebook.