Lauren O'Neill

Television

How to Make Reality TV Good Again? Only Make Shows Every Two Years

Or do them every four years, like the World Cup.
Lauren O'Neill
13 hours ago
Festivals

Here Are Some of 2019’s Most Exciting New Music Festivals!

Music is taking a backseat to more experienced-based festivals. I have some #concepts I'd like to run by you.
Lauren O'Neill
5 days ago
First Dates

I Took Eva from Charly Bliss on a Very Fancy High Tea Date

We met up with the NYC alt-rock vocalist to talk musicals, Tinder and terrible kisses. Oh, and there were loads of tiny cakes.
Lauren O'Neill
5.16.19
Television

Let's Hope the 'Killing Eve' BAFTA Wins Lead to More Diversity On TV

The hit BBC America series proves that TV by women is on the rise – now other marginalised groups must feel the benefit too.
Lauren O'Neill
5.14.19
Television

'I Think You Should Leave' Is Like Weird Twitter as a TV Show

Tim Robinson's new Netflix sketch comedy has clear, hilarious ties to the humour of online.
Lauren O'Neill
5.10.19
Five Questions

Five Questions for... People Who Watch Porn on Public Transport

Please, why?
Lauren O'Neill
5.9.19
makeup

What Your Makeup Bag Says About You

Whether you are All Glossier Everything or Estée Lauder Double Wear, please come to my altar to be roasted.
Lauren O'Neill
5.3.19
First Dates

A Pensive, Museum Date with Big Thief's Adrianne Lenker

As the Brooklyn band release their third album 'U.F.O.F.', I took Lenker to a slightly creepy childhood museum to talk tours, John Prine, and the intangible.
Lauren O'Neill
5.1.19
Here's the Deal With...

Porridge Radio's Indie-Pop Is Wild, Contradictory and *So* Great

We find out more about the London/Brighton band, as they release their second new track of 2019, "Don't Ask Me Twice."
Lauren O'Neill
5.1.19
Books

Music Drives Gender-Play Novel ‘Paul Takes the Form of a Mortal Girl’

Andrea Lawlor's debut is a fascinating exploration of sex, queerness and gender, played out against a kaleidoscopic musical background.
Lauren O'Neill
4.18.19
living wage

If Indie Bookshops Can Pay a Living Wage, Why Can't Waterstones?

Recently, Waterstones boss James Daunt said the chain "can't afford" to pay a living wage. What can it learn from the independent bookshops who say they already do?
Lauren O'Neill
4.15.19
Brexit

Where Key Brexit Figures Land on that ‘Baby, Feral, Cursed’ Test

We ran some very exhausted political figures through that personality alignment test. For a laugh!
Joel Golby
Lauren O'Neill
4.9.19
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