27 May 20
I'm using lockdown to revisit a lot of favourite films. I'm finding I'm really drawn to stories about intimate human relationships, a sense of touch and hope. Next on my list is my own private Merchant Ivory retrospective with Maurice, Howard's End and A Room With A View.
I've been doing a lot of dancing in my kitchen to Jessie J, Little Mix and Girl's Aloud.
One of my favourite cinemas is Hyde Park Picture House in Leeds. My favourite memory is a retrospective screening of Working Girl holding hands with my ex-boyfriend.
I hope you like it.
We have three copies of Vintage Geek pop culture trivia book to give away, as well as a 20% off code for Picturehouse customers till 31 December.
We visit one of the country's most Christmassy royal palaces to bring you a very special round-up of this year's festive playlist.
Damon Wise talks about US sleeper hit Eighth Grade, a heart-melting study of teenage anxiety written and directed by YouTube comedian Bo Burnham.
Help us celebrate as West Norwood turns 1 on Saturday 16 November, when tickets will be £5 all day, and better yet if you're a member it's just £3.
We spoke to award-winning screenwriter Emma Jane Unsworth.