Thursday, June 4, 2020
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How I Met Your Mother: a love story for now

The long-running sitcom has offered one of the purest depictions of love ever seen on screen, argues Isabelle Bousquette

Planet Earth is back, and we couldn’t be happier

Planet Earth, the nature programme presented by a national treasure, and filled with touching mini narratives, lives up to the hype.

Review: The Young Pope

László Szegedi reviews The Young Pope, HBO's visually and mentally arresting ten-part series.

Coming to screens near you: top TV for 2019

As we all settle back into semester two and have to acclimatise to the reading, the essays, the stressing about reading and essays, I...

13 Reasons Why You Should Watch “Thirteen Reasons Why”

1.)   John Green - Though lacking in readership compared to John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars or Gayle Forman’s If I Stay, Jay...

Battle of the Bake Off presenters

The Saint's Arts & Culture team measure potential presenters of The Great British Bake Off against one another.

Binge Watch Your Modern Languages Degree

Many languages are studied here at St Andrews. Whilst I am shamefully singularly lingual, (although hopefully not forever, because I have now downloaded the...

Don’t cancel your streaming subscription just yet

If ever you have found yourself scrolling through social media, you will have no doubt stumbled upon a tweet or a Facebook post that...

Downton diary: episode 8

Isabelle Bousquette looks over the series finale of Downton Abbey in our blog

Must-watch: Louis Theroux’s Dark States

This month has seen the return of much-loved documentarian (and national treasure) Louis Theroux to the BBC. In this latest trilogy of documentaries, it...