Archive for February, 2008
Sophie Pollard reports back on James Fenton’s exploration of Coleridge at the Bath Lit Festival
Addictive TV give us the straight scoop on the best VJs out there right now. You heard it here first.
Richard Allday reports on booker nominated author Edward St Aubyn’s appearance at the Bath Literature Festival
Can intelligent dance music exist? Oly Wood discusses the genre’s canny ability to absorb the shock of change and where it might be headed next.
A short story in which two friends fall out. It’s a bit like Salinger writing for Sex and the City. Well, sort of.
Richard Allday casts a cynical eye over this week’s Horizon on BBC 2, provocatively entitled ‘is alcohol worse for you than ecstasy?’ only to find he doesn’t very much care either way.
Cometh the man, cometh the hour. Back by popular demand, TTI is proud to present the return of perpetually irate columnist Chad Fanstor. Some say he’s ill informed, but we think he’s just a little angry. If nothing else, his work is more challenging and provocative than a clarion cry of “get yer tits out for the lads!” — this week he casts a cynical eye over the wonderful world of burlesque.