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Censorship, television, culture, Emma Baeten, Kettle Mag
Sex on the Telly? ‘Tis but an Illusion
Emma Baeten takes a satirical look at censorship in British television programming.
Filling the Void - Life after Sherlock Season 4
Missing Shelock - let us help you....
Review: Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Lucy McLaughlin reviews the much-anticipated Netflix adaptation of 'A Series of Unfortunate Events', based on the books by Lemony Snicket.
Bronte Sisters, legacy, books, classic, kettle mag, olivia peace
To Walk Invisible: A Brontë Legacy
2017, 2018 and 2020 mark the 200th birthdays of Branwell, Emily and Anne Brontë. In celebration of the incredible Brontë legacy, Olivia Peace reviews BBC1's TV drama about the family - To Walk Invisible.
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, Dream Team, Ethics, Teamwork, Group, Celebrity, TV, Kettle Mag, Millie Finn
Why we all need a Slice of the 'I'm A Celeb' Dream Team Ethics
Frivolity editor Millie Finn compares this year's jungle to the real world, creepy crawlies and all...
Zadie Smith, NW, TV, Kettle Mag, Laura Hackshaw
Zadie Smith's NW: A Tale of Symbolism
Laura Hackshaw looks at the symbolism of class, race and gender in Zadie Smith's book-to-TV adaptation of NW.
Show, Schedule, TV, Kettle Mag, Joshua AP
What TV is shaping up to be in 2017
Already through press releases and other information released by broadcasters, we know a great deal about telly in 2017. But what's going where and what should you be looking out for? Josh takes a look.
Consent, Rape, TV, Culture, Media, Society, Women, Kettle Mag, Steph Hallson
Is television rape becoming too normalised?
The portrayal of rape being an act that is actually somewhat consensual is rapidly becoming a thing of the past. Steph Hallson asks, when will television catch up with reality?
Strictly Come Dancing, 2016, TV, Gemma Hirst, Kettle Mag
It's back: Strictly Come Dancing 2016
Gemma Hirst gives us an update on all things Strictly Come Dancing for 2016.
The Great British Bake Off - weekly soggy bottoms and innuendo's begin again.
The Great British Bake Off Series 7 came back onto our screens this week, with more than 10 million viewers tuning in, delivering plenty of drama after cake's were thrown, jaffa cakes were upside down and drizzle cake disasters.