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Top 5 hotspots to visit in Prague
Known for its culture and beauty, Prague is the place to visit this year. The Czech capital is filled to the brim with architecture, stunning vistas and of course, great food. Here is a list of just some of the many great things you can do, whether you are visiting for a weekend or several...
Why my DNA will never determine my family family, friends, relationships,
Families come in all shapes and sizes. But that is the great thing about them. There is no ‘one size fits all’ for a family. The changes in today’s society have allowed us to create our own meanings of the word. From an early age, I remember learning that families were based on the idea of...
Kettle Mag interviews Holli Dempsey Interview, Holli Dempsey, TV, Actress, The Aliens, E4, TV show, Kettle Mag, Olivia Whaley
British TV star Holli Dempsey quickly rose to fame after her role as Vicky in Derek. We spoke to Holli back in April last year, and since then she has also played Vera in the star-studded film Dad’s Army. Now she is back on our screens, showing off even more of her talent by starring in E4’s brand...
Biography of the Week: Sir David Attenborough
Whatever age, wherever you come from, you will have probably heard of Sir David Attenborough. And so you should have. His hard work over the years has helped to teach people about the natural world and all of its wonders. The 89-year old is a household name to many and I, for one have had...
Captivating and comical: Master of None reviewed
Featuring love, loss and laughter, Aziz Ansari's Master of None is pure genius. The show, which was voted best comedy series at the Critics’ Choice Awards 2016, plays on the idea of a single 30-year old man living in New York City. Indian-American comedian Aziz Ansari, who both wrote the series and plays the main character Dev...
Review: Siblings – Gregg and Lily
Based on a ‘self-absorbed’ pair, BBC Three’s Siblings shows us the life of two relatives living together. Charlotte Ritchie, who is best known for her role in Fresh Meat, plays character Hannah, who is openly feisty and comes across quite selfish. In contrast to her character is her clumsy brother Dan, played by Tom Stourton, who is always getting...
BBC announces public to choose UK Eurovision act
This week, the BBC has announced an X Factor style programme in the hopes of finding a winning act for the UK in Eurovision 2016. The programme, Eurovision: You Decide, will be broadcast on Friday 26th February on BBC Four. It will feature six acts performing in front of a professional panel. Public vote The new show will give the public the chance...
Family of an American poet sue TV Network CBS
Family of a teacher are suing popular American TV Network CBS, after they reportedly used a poem she wrote in the 30s in their show, The Big Bang Theory. The uproar started when the daughters of a teacher, Mrs Newlin, claimed that the CBS show, The Big Bang Theory had been using a poem written...
Budget cuts could leave fire services struggling Fire brigade, safety, cuts, politics, Olivia Whaley, Kettle Mag
What would you do if you called 999 and no one answered? It’s probably something that has never crossed your mind. You, like many others, just assume that if you needed it, someone would be there to help. But, with services, such as fire facing even more budget cuts, can you be sure that there will...