Five TV shows and books to inspire, enrage and engage this International Women’s Day.
The Double X Economy
The Double X Economy: The Epic Potential of Women’s Empowerment, Linda Scott
“Historic structures have placed women into an almost entirely separate and restricted economic sphere, and this arrangement tangibly limits growth, widens inequality and
What are your guilty pleasure TV shows? Or are you hate-watching TV, watching a show you don't always like, but can't seem to turn off.
The Broad usually like to be evenhanded when it comes to reviewing TV, films and books. Typically only the shows and books worth recommending get
The monthly round-up of TV, film, book and article recommendations that includes Spanish Princess, Love, Nina, Sir, Loud and You Don’t Belong Here.
A Note on TV
Two new TV series to talk about this month, both set in England, although worlds apart in time and topic. We know a lot
The digital trends we’re likely to see in 2021, from 8K TV and digital reality in work and study to video doctor consults and smart devices.
It wouldn’t be a new year without a predictions post, so here goes with a bunch of predictions for the way digital and the internet
The final installment in the wrap-up of 2020 TV series.
Pros and Cons
The first TV series to recommend this month is the Danish series Pros and Cons. Think: Breaking Bad meets The Americans. The story revolves around a married couple, Erik and Nina, one-time con artists, who have given the
This installment in the festive season series takes a look back at some of the TV featured on the blog this year.
Vintage black coat, Levi’s 501s, pattern shirts and boots. The 90s inspired style tells its own story in this updated version of High Fidelity as record store owner
This is the December monthly round-up of TV, film, book and podcast recommendations. With a few weeks until Christmas and everyone busy with all the end-of-year deadlines and arrangements, there’s just a few suggestions this week. Don't forget the Broad's art-inspried gift guide if you're looking for present ideas.
NAIDOC Week 2020 is a chance to celebrate First Nations stories in TV, film, books and music.
This week is NAIDOC week in Australia. In 2020, this year’s theme 'Always Was, Always Will Be' recognises that First Nations people have occupied and cared for the continent for over 65,000 years. Originally
This month’s round-up of TV, books, podcasts and more includes I Hate Suzie, Fargo, Chan & Dee’s Drink Tank, plus new books A Jealous Tide and On Tyranny, and a new playlist from the Sydney Opera House.
A Note on TV
I Hate Suzie
TV star Suzie Pickles has her phone hacked and
This month's round-up of TV, books, podcasts and more includes The Salisbury Poisonings, The Bisexual plus new books Growing Young and Glimpses of Utopia and a podcast about Women With Clout.
A Note on TV
The Salisbury Poisonings
In 2018, a father and daughter were found slumped on a park bench in the