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31 March 2020,
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11 March 2020,
Chris Sullivan reviews a new take on the 1970 Miss World pageant and explores the debate about sex and race which it exposed.
6 March 2020,
Chris Sullivan reviews an adaptation of the Booker Prize-winning novel that explores the boundary between banditry and rebellion.
28 February 2020,
Chris Sullivan reviews a new film exploring corporate destruction and greed and the tenacity of lawyers and litigants to achieve accountability and justice.
21 February 2020,
Chris Sullivan reviews a new comedy drama based on one of Britain's most controversial modern businessmen.
13 February 2020,
Chris Sullivan reviews the 1951 classic and finds a compelling case for abolishing tuition fees before more young people's talents are wasted.
4 February 2020,
Chris Sullivan explains how the tabloid panic about knife crime today is a repeat of the 1950s and wonders when we'll actually do something about the real causes.
22 January 2020,
Chris Sullivan rates Sam Mendes' new war film up with the classics and remembers his grandfather's survival through the worst of World War One.
14 January 2020,
Chris Sullivan reviews the 1960 classic which has left its mark on our culture in many ways, beyond simply its famous title.
19 December 2019,
Chris Sullivan reviews the latest documentary from Academy Award-winning Alex Gibney which follows the story of one of Russia's richest men, now exiled in the UK.
2 December 2019,
Chris Sullivan on a sprawling, ambitious tale of murder, blackmail, and corruption in mid-century New York that has dark resonances for London today.
26 November 2019,
Chris Sullivan reviews Martin Scorsese' latest film, The Irishman and explores the history of the cult of Mafia films.
15 November 2019,
A damning portrait of zero-hours contracts, private debt and public austerity in Brexit Britain.
‘Joker’ Review: This Dark Tale of Gotham City Shows How a Hellish Populism Could Take Hold of Our Society
7 October 2019,
Chris Sullivan gives his take on the controversial new film starring Joaquin Phoenix and compares its dystopian vision with 1970s New York and the UK today.
3 October 2019,
Chris Sullivan reviews the film Judy and considers how the star became a victim of her own fame.
30 July 2019,
DJ and writer Chris Sullivan on the debate about where Rave culture first took hold in Britain.
5 July 2019,
Chris Sullivan hails a new addition to the Marvel franchise, that marvels with its spectacle when all else fails.
25 June 2019,
WAG Club founder and DJ Chris Sullivan reminisces and riffs about the rave scene of the late 80s
17 June 2019,
Chris Sullivan on the age-old debate about whether fictional displays of violence increase it in reality, now informed by some groundbreaking research.
28 May 2019,
Chris Sullivan, DJ and writer remembers Steve Strange, lead singer of Visage and the New Romantic Movement on what would have been his 60th birthday.
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