We talk Taylor vs Nicki, the therapeutic qualities of My Mad Fat Diary (with Barbara Speed), the gender issues in Marvel's Ant-Man (with Stephen Bush) and applaud the way Obvious Child handles abortion.
On Taylor vs Nicki
This is most of what happened.
We recommend Yomi Adegoke on the race dimension to this story.
On My Mad Fat Diary
Karen Onojaife on why the character of Rae meant so much to so many.
Rae Earl, who wrote the original diary on which the show is based, on why today's teenagers still want to take a peek inside My Mad Fat Diary.
Libby Hill on how TV deals with the burden of being a fat girl.
Mark Kermode summarises the Edgar Wright element to this film.
Maria's excellent tweet about the gender prejudice in the film.
On Obvious Child
This is a good review.
For the next episode, Anna is taking a look at the comic series The Wicked and the Divine.
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