Welcome to another episode of Chatter, an interview podcast from The Jist with Josh Hamilton. On today’s show we are talking to Boyd Sleator of Northern Ireland Humanists about his experience finding his way to humanism and his work with … Continue reading Chatter Episode 3 – Boyd Sleator on Humanism and Religion
Recently there has been a lot of fanfare about the abuse that MPs have been receiving online via social media. Numerous MPs from both sides of the aisle have been complaining about the abuse they received online, with Diane Abbot … Continue reading Online Abuse Of MP’s Is A Sign Of Public Desperation
We live in an era of unprecedented health consciousness, as well as an era of unheralded contradiction, driven largely by magazines, newspapers and other media outlets pumping out either what we want to hear or what we are too afraid … Continue reading How Healthy Is Your Tan?
Hollywood’s expansive reach was started by the domination of domestic and foreign markets post-World War I and World War II. Whilst India was involved in World War I from the outset, America was only involved from 1917, and whilst India … Continue reading Is Bollywood A Threat to Hollywood Dominance?
Rising to prominence in the 1930s, and maintaining its place on the big screen throughout the 1940s, the B feature saw the creation of cheaper films in an effort to entice audiences at a time where the American economy was … Continue reading The Rise of The “Filler” Feature
The formula for the typical television sit-com seems to consist of wide-shots, medium shots, two-shots, high-key lighting, and not a lot of visual change. However, recent series are bringing a challenge to this standard and rewriting the rules of what … Continue reading Mass-Media Glow-Up: Why Is TV So Pretty?