Uncle: First series good – second series better?

By Rhea Turner Sex, drugs and Witty one-liners form the basis of this new BBC Three comedy. Uncle shows what happens when maturity levels meet in the middle as Andy, an irresponsible musician, takes care (or attempts to take care) of his straight faced, wheat intolerant nephew Errol. The episode carries themes of classic role […]

The rise of the cyber bully

By Rhea Turner When most people think of the word crime, a mugging or a murder springs to mind. But there is a new crime on the rise and it is tearing lives apart. Cyber Bullying is the new crime on the block. Statistics show that a shocking half of adolescents and teenagers have been […]

My Relationship with: Depression

By Rhea Turner As I sit across from Anna I can see the fear etched on her face. She fumbles with her hands and looks shiftily around the room. She is about to address one of society’s biggest taboos as she tells us about her difficult relationship with Depression. This is Anna’s story… “Growing up […]

Is immigration a dirty word?

by Rhea Turner Immigration is the word on everybody’s lips as politicians step up once again for the General Election. Promises to cap immigration and save the country dominate the headlines, but is addressing the issue of immigration negative or necessary? Rhea Turner took to the streets of Leicester to speak to the people that […]

Foxes fans remain optimistic despite rough season

  By Mark Sheppard Leicester City fans still believe their team can avoid relegation from the Premier League as the football season draws to a close. Having won their last two games against West Ham and West Brom, Leicester have given themselves a fighting chance to complete the great escape. They have been bottom of […]