Amid the euphoria of Mike Ashley’s sale of Newcastle United, the undercurrent of human rights abuses and sportswashing takes centre stage.
An embrace of his roots and a sincere, mature tone makes Sam Fender’s sophomore album, Seventeen Going Under, an incredibly moving experience.
School of Rock headed to Sunderland Empire, cut short by a fire alarm, but the entertainment beforehand was incredible and hospitable.
The meta critique of Rick and Morty’s season finale rounds up the meanings and existential nihilism of the series so far, and what it means for the future.
Aside from some forgettable singles to promote the album, Manic Street Preachers’ latest effort, The Ultra Vivid Lament, is a strong offering from the Cool Cymru born band.
Documenting the freewheeling life of Bob Dylan is no small feat, but Odds and Ends can only grip the expected sympathy for the trailblazing legend of music.
Police commissioner Kim McGuinness has promised an £800,000 “Safer Streets” funding package to improve safety on public transport and in parks.
Recap the action from the Northern League as a late goal ensured the points were shared between the two sides.