Much to the delight of Killing Eve fans, the BBC decided to release the third series of the serial killer drama two weeks early. With a new writer at the helm and season two ending with a literal bang, season three would hopefully provide the answers to many of the unanswered questions of last season’s finale.
There are spoilers for the entire show in this article – beware!
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Our beliefs and values lie at the core of who we are. A lot of our beliefs and values are determined by political leanings, life experiences, and are often shaped by what we have learnt, but for me, a significant influence on my own beliefs is the fact that I’m a Humanist. I take beliefs and values from this philosophical stance, and I have also … Continue reading Why I’m a Humanist: Choosing the Secular over the Sacred
February has been the month of book adaptations for me, starting off with To all The Boys: P.S I Still Love You, the light-hearted adaption of the book of the same name by Jenny Han, then to Jojo Rabbit, a much looser adaptation of Caging Skies, and finally Emma, a new take on the eponymous classic. Even though we’re now closer to April than February, … Continue reading February Film Review: To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, Jojo Rabbit, and Emma
Ever since I learnt how to get podcasts and realised how many were out there, I have been on the hunt for interesting and entertaining programmes. I believe that there is definitely something out there for everyone, but at the same time, the wide variety on offer can feel daunting – at least, that’s how I felt when I started looking for something to listen … Continue reading Five Podcast Recommendations
One of the words that have been used to describe recent events is “unprecedented”, and it’s accurate. If you told anyone in January that we would be where we are now in March, they wouldn’t have believed you. While we are all going to experience shortages, boredom and restrictions on freedom, some people will feel it much more than others. It’s so important to bear … Continue reading An Update
After finishing my mock exams to varying degrees of success a month ago, I decided to get a membership to my local cinema and actually go and see the films that I’d been meaning to see for a long time. It was the perfect time for it as well, as the cinemas are currently brimming with good films! Here’s a run-down of what I saw, and what I thought! I know that this is a bit late, but even though January ended seventeen days ago, I thought that these films were really worth discussing. This is my first film review, so I’m learning as I go!
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Hello and welcome to my new blog! I’m really looking forward to getting started, and for my first post, I’ve decided to discuss something that I’ve been thinking about for a long time; speech, but in particular, the way we view speech and our relationship with it. Getting called out for being offensive is nothing new, especially in today’s age of social media – we’re … Continue reading Why We’re Getting Speech Wrong