The Lift is an incredibly moving, and yet very simple short film. A man sets up with a camera in a lift of a tower block in an East London council estate. He interviews the people who live there. Although they are originally cautious about his motives, they eventually open up to offer a unique […]
Like a Rolling Stone is a classic song by the legendary Bob Dylan. Nearly half a century later it’s still rolling, and it still gathers no moss. While this acclaimed piece holds its place in musical history, remarkably it’s never had an official music video. The classic folk song hails from an era very different […]
This poem is a reflection of my feelings. I know that a lot of people go through similar stuff. You often feel like you have nobody to turn to, nobody who understands. You can feel like you’re jammed in a box by society, forced to be a round peg in a square hole. I just […]
Watch this film by Occupy London. It targets the BBC who are funded by license payers to ensure unbiased and inclusive reporting. Unfortunately they fail miserably. It is not acceptable. Challenge the BBC, share this film, make them accountable for inability to report independently as is their duty.
Every day we are exposed to media and advertising portraying what women should look like. These images can go on to set the standards for what is considered ‘beautiful’ by our collective conscious. In just over half a minute, this video shows why many of these depictions are both ridiculous and unrealistic.
I wake up, surrounded by hundreds of inmates. We’re all the same, all insignificant. My eyes remain closed, the sights around me are too horrible to behold. I stand in my own excretion, trapped in a box. No way out. Most of us were born here, but a few were shipped in. We hear stories […]
It’s a fair assumption that science teachers have a tough time selling the subject to students. The fact that it is a compulsory lesson should be enough to emphasise its importance in the every day world and why you should pay attention in lesson. That said, it can be boring, unless you’re doing stuff like […]
This video shows how the front lines changed during the Second World War between the Allies and Axis. Perhaps a flippant way to depict the deaths of nearly 50 million people, but interesting none-the-less.
Eliot Taylor investigates homelessness and housing insecurity in Barnet
Emma de Duve & Ursula Mutingwa find out about events management"
Nancy Mahon talks to a businesswoman with her own clothing line
A 14-year-old's brilliant shortlisted entry from the Coram Voices 2017 writing competition
Jack Aldridge explains why going to Comic Con has given him more confidence
Tia-Mai Laine & Noah Turner find out that being a musician requires investment
Stanley Barrell-Kane updates us on what happened in parliament last week
Emma de Duve & Ursula Mutingwa find out what’s behind the big events