Tag Archives: Review

Review: Wagamama’s new menu is “a juicy mash-up of flavours”


Wagamama introduced some brand new dishes to its menu yesterday, so we sent our Lifestyle Editor, Cat Talbot, and her deputy, Becky Lancashire, to give it a try.

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Goodbye Starman

Starman album cover

A month on from his death, Matt Dixon honours the life and work of David Bowie.

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Film Review: Karun

A still from the film showing the beautiful Iranian landscape

Karun: Misadventures on Iran’s Longest River With the stunning landscapes and dramatic cultures of Iran, the short film ‘Karun: Misadventures On Iran’s Longest River’ is a feel-good film to please anyone who loves travelling and exploring cultures from around the world. Filmed and starring adventurers Tom Allen and Leon McCarron it captures the true heart […]

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Review: Ask Italian


Ask Italian is one of the many restaurants that line the Brayford Waterfront. Natasha Ireton-Bourke decided to go and try it out.

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Review: Ribs ‘N’ Bibs

The special platter

Want some American smokehouse food slap bang in the middle of Lincoln? Look no further. Ribs ‘N’ Bibs offer just that.

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Review: No Signposts in the Sea

No Signposts by the Sea book

Years before the Stones and the Beatles defined the decade, 1961 produced a book a little over 100 pages.

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Review: Sicilian Dream

A Sicilian Dream

When I first sat down to watch A Sicilian Dream I was very skeptical. Firstly, I know absolutely nothing about Italian motor-sports, nor do I normally enjoy theatrical documentaries. However, I went into this with an open mind, and really learnt some things from the whole experience. A Sicilian Dream is a theatrical documentary about the legendary Sicilian […]

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Review: The Intern

The Intern

When I saw that there was to be a new film called The Intern starring Anne Hathaway, I shamelessly thought ‘oh, here comes another movie about an intern falling for her boss…’ However, The Intern is anything but.

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reView: Team Fortress 2 Invasion Update

Team Fortress 2 Invasion logo

Max Norstrom reports on the latest free content for one of the PC’s most popular games, Team Fortress 2.

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reView: Paper Towns

Paper Towns is a film written by John Green, the author behind last years’ madly successful tearjerker The Fault in Our Stars. Ben Stockdale reviews.

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