Gallifrey Falls No More: A Letter from the Time War
Reflections on the Time War, Doctor Who at 50, and Why the Doctor Will Survive
In the crucible of the Time War, when the Gallifreyan city of Arcadia fell to the Daleks,...
What If the Ottomans Had Won in 1683?
If King Jan III Sobieski of Poland had not arrived in Vienna on 12th September 1683, the dynamics of global power would have been entirely different
As A J P Taylor used...
Grubbiness and Comedy in Emerging Italian Cinema
Captivating Italian cinema is certainly not a thing of the past, as features from the 2013 BFI London Film Festival - several set in Palermo - have demonstrated
The Moral Debt of Finance
How can faith communities do more to inject a sense of fairness in the financial system?
The saying goes ‘don’t mention religion or politics’. We can add money...
Russell Brand: Has He Really Seen the Light?
Russell Brand has crashed into the political stage in a way that only he can, but his political astuteness has not been embraced by everyone just yet
British politics has just...
Omar: A Study of Love and Friendship in the Context of Occupation
Winner of the Jury Prize at the Cannes Festival this year, Omar is a courageous film which presents a compelling insight into Israeli occupation
Both tender and brutal, Omar is...
Lou Reed: “Going from this land here to that"
Lou Reed was a captivating character and talented musician who understood that the reality of drug-using subcultures was multi-faceted
The irrepressible passing of time...
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