What better tribute to DI Richard Poole than to sip some English Breakfast as you watch?
With Jodie Whittaker rumoured to be on her way out, it’s past time the show got to grips with the inherent queerness of a female Doctor.
As the new season premieres on BBC One, does the popular murder mystery series deserve a more thorough inspection?
Strictly was so much more than just a dancing show this year.
You thought ‘Dorothea’ was the gayest song on Evermore? You thought wrong.
There are good original Christmas songs every single year and the world must know!
Gather your headphones, crank up the speakers, ensure your best cottagecore attire is freshly laundered and ready to go, people!
At a pivotal moment for my problematic faves, I explore a Pinterest gun meme scandal, a close-knit fandom and why it’s okay to expect more from the bands we love
I was supposed to have all my shit figured out by now!
After the loss of a couple and a judge, are the wheels coming off or are we just getting started?
All we want is for our historical lesbian movies to be cosy and reassuring when few other things are.
The queer Christmas romcom from Clea DuVall starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis finally has a trailer!
Movies Week is often when Strictly is at its weirdest (who can forget Scott Mills’ samba dressed as a crab?) and the 2020 edition did not disappoint
On a gloomy day in the real world, this silly dancing show continues to provide some much-needed joy
Stopping journalists from speaking up for trans rights is a backwards step for impartiality
The awards night love for this shouty, inclusive, all-female play is giving me hope for the future of theatre.
On its tenth birthday, I go on a track-by-track deep dive of the album that defined my twenties
It glittered and was gay: Strictly’s first week was a whirlwind of surprises as the couples found their feet.
Sometimes you leave a movie a bit less straight than you went in. Diana showed me what owning myself could look like.
Our roundup of excellent reads for October by Black British women and queer writers.
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