Kate shared some of the moving portraits with Her Majesty last month including Holding Tight, taken on VE Day by Katy Rudd and Joe Wyer, Thank You – five-year-old Amelia May dressed as a nurse – by Wendy Huson and The Look of Lockdown a portrait of her friend Pepter by Carlotta Cutrupi. … [Read more...] about Kate Middleton supported by the Queen in latest special project
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One royal fan spotted the pair's twinning accessories on Twitter, and even speculated as to whether Sophie had gifted the bangle to Kate - though others have wondered whether the Caribbean-inspired piece was given to her by husband Prince William, in honour of their shared love of the island of Mustique. … [Read more...] about Kate Middleton and Sophie Wessex’s special matching bracelets revealed
For our bracket, we selected the 16 greatest, most influential shows since The Real World. (Yes, PBS’s 1971 An American Family was important, but a different animal from modern reality.) But to stage a more brutal fight, we did not pit the shows as an entity against each other: We picked each series’ greatest season. So many of these shows thrive on their consistency (read: repetition), with Survivor’s 28 seasons of alliances and blindsides, The Bachelor’s 18 journeys (and Bachelorette’s nine), and Top Chef’s restaurant wars. These reliable beats are part of these shows’ appeal, but when mercilessly judging them as a whole, it is easy to apply debits for this predictability. So instead we made our contest about the best seasons of these greatest shows: The Osbournes’ first, hilarious introduction to stars-are-just-like-us celebreality. American Idol’s second-season showdown between Clay and Ruben. Season one of The Hills, before … [Read more...] about The Reality Rumble: What’s the Greatest Reality-TV Season Ever?
Best ScreenplayThe Big Sick, Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani (Amazon Studios)Brad’s Status, Mike White (Amazon Studios)Call Me by Your Name, James Ivory (Sony Pictures Classics)Columbus, Kogonada (Superlative Films/Depth of Field)Get Out, Jordan Peele (Universal Pictures)Lady Bird, Greta Gerwig (A24) … [Read more...] about Scores Most Gotham Awards Nominations, and
In the age of dynamic ad insertion, when fresh sponsor reads can be easily introduced into old episodes to keep them bringing in revenue, having a large archive can be a great asset for a podcast. And where a publication or personality has content from another medium like a TV or radio show that can be repurposed and monetised afresh, that’s low hanging fruit. Listeners are also pretty used to the idea that long running shows will occasionally repeat an episode from the archive as a way of taking time off without missing a drop. For a high profile example of this, look no further than Reply All, which has been taking a break from publishing fresh episodes for the past few weeks and instead has been reintroducing old classics into the feed. … [Read more...] about The Strange Case of Oprah’s Old Interviews