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Stranger Things, Netflix, TV
Scarily good: The best TV series to watch at Halloween
Rachael Ince-Kitson (tricks or) treats you to the 10 spooktacular TV series that will have you feeling suitably ghoulish this October...
GLOW Netflix TV show review Leah Walker Kettle Mag
GLOW Season One Review: Girl Power, '80s Hair and Pile-driving!
Leah Walker reviews season one of the Netflix show GLOW and tells us why she thinks it's a girl power-filled success.
Sir Bruce Forsyth, TV, culture, Tayler Finnegan, Kettle Mag
Remembering Sir Bruce Forsyth
TV editor Tayler Finnegan looks at the illustrious career of gameshow king Bruce Forsyth, who has died aged 89.
Team Foxcatcher, Kettlemag,
Netflix documentaries you NEED to watch
Got Netflix? Got a few spare hours over the Summer? If the answer is yes, then watch these...
orange is the new black, Netflix
Orange Is The New Black: Season Five Review
Charlotte Bradford-Gibbs reviews season 5 of Netflix original 'Orange is the New Black'
Aisha Toussaint, Raven, RTS Media
CBBC Raven returns! Let the challenge begin...
Children of the '90s, rejoice! TV Editor Tayler Finnegan spills the latest news on the Raven reboot.
Peter Kay, Sian Gibson, BBC, Car Share,
Peter Kay: his best TV moments
With Peter Kay's career being celebrated on BBC's Comedy Shuffle, TV Editor Tayler Finnegan takes a look at the comedian's most memorable TV appearances.
The Voice Kids: Unnecessary rejection or confidence-builder?
After The Voice launched its spin-off show - a singing contest for 7-14 year-olds, Jade Kidd takes a look at the issues surrounding rejection children in the name of entertainment. What effect does allowing children audition for televised talent shows have on their lives?
Ruth Jones, James Corden, Gavin and Stacey, Lauren Johnston, Kettle Mag
Gavin & Stacey: A ten year celebration
Lauren Johnston celebrates Gavin and Stacey, which began in 2007, and reflects on what made it special.
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.