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Queer Eye – Lessons in self-love

Netflix’s latest phenomenon are small lessons in how to love yourself and how to see the beauty in others

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Review: Game of Thrones — Beyond the Wall

Empty but breathtaking bombast produces the most divisive episode in the show’s history

Merton College Hall. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Pop culture damages university reputation

Many films, TV shows and comics unfairly portray academics as detached and incompetent, and students as lazy and drunk

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Procrastination by watching TV is good for us!

Leanne Charlotte explores the importance of primetime television in portraying health issues to aid the public’s understanding of stigmatised illnesses

Fancy relocating your TV? Photo: id-iom @Flickr

TV made me live a fantasy

Molly Allen considers the impact of TV on our expectations (no, just because you’re not living in a penthouse doesn’t mean that your life’s a failure)

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From the Vault: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Stevie Grieves considers the enduring appeal of the 90s sitcom that brought Will Smith to stardom

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TV Review: First Dates

Emmanuel Demuren on why Channel 4’s First Dates is worth a watch

Andy looks how we're all feeling. Photo: E4

The aristocrats are back

They’re posh, rich and kind of awkward – and we just can’t get enough. Rowena Cox-Willmott gives her verdict on the return of Made in Chelsea

Historian Michael Wood will become Professor of Public History at the University in September. Photo: The University of Manchester

Manchester’s got Wood: University hires TV historian

World renowned historian, Michael Wood, has made over a hundred documentaries and will teach at The University of Manchester from September