Awards season tends to overlook a lot of talent in the TV world, this a list of underrated performances in TV that should be more recognised.
The Star Wars universe is expansive and rather large but with Disney Plus it's now easier than ever to watch all of that content. This list is my personal opinion, I understand that people may not agree with these assessement, but everyone's opinion is valid. Unless you think The Phantom Menace is the best film then you had better leave just now.
Lockdown in the U.K has been extended for another three weeks and no matter how confident Trump is that America can begin to reopen, I’m unconvinced. So here are some great albums to help you get through quarantine.
You have to admit, sometimes the bad guy makes a good point. These are a few movie villians who had good intentions but sometimes their methods were all wrong.
Lockdown was implemented in the U.K just over a week ago and despite being an essential worker I have been forced home due to an injury. This has resulted in complete and utter boredom for myself and my family and so I’ve resorted to adult colouring books and binge-watching various shows. So here is a list of shows to make your lockdown go a little quicker.
Recently whilst working the delivery at my job I’ve gotten into listening to podcasts on many different subjects like crime and politics. One of those podcasts was ‘The most important thing you can do to fight climate change: talk about it’ with climate scientist Katherine Hayhoe. This podcast made me stop in my tracks for many reasons. Beginning her talk Hayhoe believes that we as a species see global warming as a constant now - much like the sun rises and sets every day we see it as a natural part of our lives. She walked me through the data. Did you know that almost 70% of people in the U.S agree that our climate is changing and that change will ultimately have an effect on future generations? However only 60% of those Americans believe that the United States will be effected by global warming and furthermore only 40% of them believe that they personally will be effected by global warming. What’s even more alarming is that Hayhoe discussed the history of global warming. It has been over 150 years since climate scientists discovered that we were adding a layer to the ozone layer. It’s been 50 years since a president of the United States was informed that climate change was going to be a serious threat to the world, and that truthfully those who have contributed the least to the problem are bearing the brunt of the impacts. If this is true then why is the fear of global warming just become news recently? Did they truly believe it wouldn’t be a problem? But the thing that really stuck with me that Hayhoe says is that climate change isn’t an issue that’s rooted in science, we know the science exists, but in political alignment. This idea that climate change is a radical liberal issue. This idea that we know global warming exists but we choose to do nothing about it.