MCM Comic Con in London is a bi-annual convention dedicated to showcasing popular culture in all its forms, be it comics, film, TV, or gaming. I spoke to Tab Kimpton, creator of Discord Comics, about the beginnings of his work and how MCM Comic Con has changed the course of his life. Editing, presentation, and […]
Around 100 protesters marched through South London borough Southwark on Saturday March 25th to demonstrate against poor housing provision in the area. Representatives from over fifteen different housing organisations rallied against demolitions planned to two separate estates, for more affordable housing and for tenant’s rights. The march was organised after Southwark council tried to evict […]
It’s well documented that working in the sun will increase your chances of attracting skin cancer. With the south of England being one of the warmest and sunniest places to live construction workers in Bournemouth in particular should take extra care. A recent study by the British Journal of Cancer found that construction workers had the […]
Lucy Thomas travels across the country to discover whether Rugby is leading the way in tackling homophobia
In this seven minute documentary, I investigate the new phenomenon of online clothes reselling and the impact it is having on young people. The main focus is on the bedroom entrepreneur, the notion that you can make more money selling old clothes on Depop or eBay than you ever could working at a part-time supermarket […]
Suicide attempt survivor Jonny Benjamin explains why he walked onto the edge of Waterloo Bridge, London, with the intent to take his life.