Farwell, London360

Farwell, London360
Six months ago I was an amateur in the media field. For so long I had knocked on the door of the media industry and was continually rejected. My heart grew sour; the ability to march on despite the continual knock backs began to bruise me. I did not know if I had much fight...

Right-Wing Terror – What is happening to London?

Right-Wing Terror – What is happening to London?
What on Earth is happening in this city? From terror attacks to pollution, the thick smog from traffic entirely preventing the ability to breath the sweet fresh air experienced by other people in England. Inhumanity and death, injustice and stereotyping, division between the poor and rich expanding every second at an exponential rate. What is...

Grenfell Tower – The Monument of Division

Grenfell Tower – The Monument of Division
On Friday the 16th, 3 days after the hellish fire of Grenfell Tower’s, my colleague Hannah Rose-Burns and I travelled to Latimer Road. I had already braced myself for a breadth and extremity of emotion in the community. It was not until I took the tentative steps from the tube station, into the midst of...

Max Somerset: Magic and God

Max Somerset: Magic and God
Maximilian Somerset is an incredibly talented magician who is recognisable from such shows as ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice’ on BBC and ‘Max Magic’ on Sky. As part of our Religion Special for London Undercover, airing on London Live TV and Community Channel, I filmed Max to see how he used magic to explain the existence of...

Literary Review: Jeannette Winterson’s ‘Gap of Time’

Literary Review: Jeannette Winterson’s ‘Gap of Time’
In Jeanette Winterson’s post-modern adaption of Shakespeare’s ‘A Winter’s Tale,’ Winterson explores how time, as she states at the close of her text, ‘is reversible.’ Through her text Winterson extrapolates from Shakespeare’s 1611 play that there is a shared commonality in the history of human beings, in the history of consciousness, that we all are...

Religion Segment: Paganism

Religion Segment: Paganism
Often demonised throughout history it is no wonder that the word ‘pagan’ in the urban language is a term used to denounce someone. Meeting with Christina Oakley-Harrington, the proprietor of the esoteric bookshop ‘Treadwell’s,’ I learned more about what being a pagan truly means beyond the bastardisation of the word in colloquialisms. Entering the bookshop...