On May 17, 1972, ten thousand British kids walked out of school to protest corporal punishment — and force authorities to change the law.
When archive boxes and doors are closed to public view, as they are with the private collections of the Windsor family, it is easy to see why ‘leaks’ from such […]
With the release of the eagerly anticipated film Suffragette due this autumn, I have been exploring the presence of the Suffrage movement in popular culture. I was not taught about the history […]
At 3pm on 25th December, 1986, ‘half the population’ of Britain sat down and ‘enjoyed’ the Queen giving her traditional Christmas message to ‘her commonwealth.’ To open the broadcast, the […]
In 2007, actors Marion Cotillard and Caroline Sihol shared a scene playing French singer and actor Edith Piaf and German singer and actor Marlene Dietrich in Olivier Dahan’s film […]
Conservatism and the Queer: The Context of Family Values and Homosexuality in Agatha Christie’s ‘Post-War’ Owen Emmerson “Don’t you feel yourself that he’s a possibility? He’s the sort of person […]
My best mate introduced me to Owen Pallett almost six years ago, and i’ve been a devotee ever since. If you’re looking for an inspirational start to your week, try […]