Day: March 20, 2015

Record Review: The Cribs – For All My Sisters

By Will Bateman (WillBateman6611) “Punk rock and indie’s dead, you know? How are we going to make money any more? I mean, the private jets won’t pay for themselves”, The Cribs' bassist Gary Jarman recently joked on the band's return to pop-indie affections. Ryan is quick to clarify that the Wakefield brothers aren't ...

City Social London

Restaurant Review – City Social

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food The concept of socialising does become very different upon being surrounded by local bankers and city folk out on business, making more noise than a bull in a china shop. The social element of dining out is, obviously, very close to Jason Atherton’s heart ...

Restaurant Review - Benares

Restaurant Review – Benares

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Based within Mayfair’s luxurious Berkeley Square, renowned celebrity chef Atul Kochhar’s Benares has been serving incredible Indian inspired dishes since 2003. And cosily nestled alongside a Rolls Royce dealership and Celebrity hotspots such as Robert De Niro’s Nobu just a few doors along, before ...

Eclipse

Incredible Drone Footage of 2015 Eclipse

By Nathan Lee, TLE correspondent  CMV's Marco Polo cruise ship returned incredible footage of the 2015 eclipse using drone cameras. Cruise & Maritime Voyages had three of their ships in position off the Faroe Islands this morning and an airborne drone camera ready to catch the total solar eclipse. The unique ...

Wearside

Trouble on Wearside

Sport News 24/7 By Matthew Biggin  @MatthewBiggin  @TLE_Sport There seems to be a storm brewing on Wearside as Sunderland have endured a torrid month.  First star player Adam Johnson was arrested on suspicion of sex with a minor.  This was compounded by further abject results on the pitch.  It all ...

Sixteen – Film Review

By Emily Wight In his new film Sixteen,  writer and director Rob Brown uses the backdrop of murky grey London estates to draw a comparison between gang violence in the UK and conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), focusing in particular on how violence affects young people. ...