The new Doctor Who is off to a stellar start, but bigger hurdles lie ahead.
With originality becoming rarer and rarer in cinema, nostalgia is fast becoming Hollywood’s favourite marketing tool, argues Hugh Johnson.
Chloe Scaling argues "when it comes to representation, TV still has a long way to go."
"The stories from Classical past are notoriously hard to adapt – look at any production of a Greek tragedy." Yanmin Zhuchen explores the difficulty in adapting Classic texts to the screen.
Hannah Robertson argues that in not showing Black Panther in Durham's Gala cinema the city "seems to have been left behind."
"After an hour and forty minutes viewing, you will have experienced despair, empathy and great admiration."
Are loyal viewers overlooking the true nature of the series? After all, friendship and love are at the heart of this iconic show... right?