Theo Wolf

The BAFTAs are a bore

On Sunday 10 February, the 72nd British Academy Film and Television Awards – the last major ceremony before the Oscars – drew its lowest TV audience in six years. This year, BBC1’s coverage of the Baftas was watched by 4.5 million people – 500,000 people fewer than last year. On a night of joy and disappointment, bad jokes, boring speeches, and nothing for Stan & Ollie, who were the real winners and losers at the Royal Albert Hall?
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Posted Feb. 19, 2019

Why science students love the arts

As part of our ArtsTech collaboration, we wanted to find out what Science and Arts students love about the other discipline, and why they think the intersection is so important. Read on to find out what aspects of art inspire science students.
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Posted Dec. 6, 2018

A speedrun of EGX 2018

Boasting an impressive line-up of 268 games, there was something on offer for everybody at EGX 2018. In particular, I was excited at the prospect of being able to view gameplay for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, showcased alongside The Division 2 at Ubisoft’s EGX booth. Thankfully, the blockbuster title did not...
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Posted Oct. 26, 2018