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Weekend show: Group Therapy

Posted November 2nd 2012, by Psychologies

After a successful first series, the panel radio show Group Therapy will once again air on ResonanceFM, kicking off season two live this Sunday 4 November. Presented by former therapist Jen Kerrison, and featuring a weekly panel of expert and comedian guests, the conversational discussion show explores real life listener confessions from expert points of […]

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FILM REVIEW: Hysteria

Posted September 21st 2012, by Perri Lewis

Maggie Gyllenhaal, this month’s cover star, is outstanding in her new film Hysteria, released in cinemas today. Watch an exclusive clip here, then read our review below … Three reasons to see: Hysteria  1. For an alternative history lesson. The history books are full of men’s pursuits and achievements, so it’s refreshing to see director Tanya Wexler bring […]

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Film review: Take This Waltz

Posted July 19th 2012

This week’s film fix

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Book review: The Age Of Miracles

Posted July 18th 2012

The Age of Miracles by Karen Thompson Walker Time is not something that we usually think twice about. It’s a marker, a concept, something abstract that can drag by or go in the blink of an eye. But what would happen if time started expanding? If days stretched for whole weeks, and weeks lasted months? […]

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Film review: Attack The Block

Posted June 21st 2012

An alien invasion movie might not be high on your must-see list, but this fast, funny, British production could change that. Set on a council estate on bonfire night, fireworks flash and bang as a gang led by teen thug Moses (John Boyega) threaten a young woman (Jodie Whittaker). When a creature crashes from the […]

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A childhood holiday revisited

Posted June 20th 2012, by Sophie Herdman

Some people spend their childhood holidays on the French Riviera, others go to the Italian countryside. For me, it was the very English seaside town of Salcombe. Every year, my dad, sisters and I would pack the car, stock up on Haribo and start the familiar journey down to South Devon where we’d meet my […]

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