Voiceover Man

You might not recognise the name, but you’ll definitely recognise the voice. Peter Dickson – the voice behind The X Factor – put down his script to talk business with Source’s Lindsay Cochrane… How did you get into voiceover work? Ever since the age of ten, I wanted to be a radio announcer. An odd […]

REVIEW: Sinister

I love a good horror movie. I also love the nail-biting, edge of your seat, sick-to-the-stomach feelings that come with a particularly good horror movie. So, when I saw the trailer for Sinister, and the words “from the producer of Paranormal Activity and the director of The Exorcism of Emily Rose”, I knew it was […]

The return of Made in Chelsea

Crack out the champers, guys (if you’re over 18), because finally, after a long summer off, our favourite posh people on the box are back! Yep, series 4 of Made in Chelsea is hitting our screens tonight! If you, like us, have spent the last few months wondering if Jamie would ever get the girl, scratching […]

REVIEW: Dog is Dead – All Our Favourite Stories

The debut album from Nottingham five-piece Dog is Dead is an assured if uninspired first step into a music industry that has not been kind to indie music of late. In fact, so desolate is the alternative music landscape that five years ago was a cornucopia of opportunity that there really is only room for […]

Sound Bites with Ally McCrae

I feel so lucky that it’s my actual job to find bands and artists in Scotland to put on BBC Radio 1. The hope is that their careers will progress and important people will hear them, like Zane Lowe, Annie Mac and industry heavyweights. Here’s three amazing acts who I think might blow up soon… […]

REVIEW: The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Every now and then, you’ll hear someone mega pretentious harp on about the book, the film, the song, the play, the art exhibition, the whatever that changed them. It moved them to their very core. Made them re-evaluate their whole life. It really changed – You get the picture. It’s pretty annoying. But I’m about […]


Mystified by money? Bad with a budget? You’re not alone! We spoke to Phillipa Cook, who graduated in 2009 and now works for the Financial Ombudsman Service – the free service set up by law to sort out problems between customers and financial businesses – for the top money tips she wishes she’d known before […]

Spendy-savvy students

If you wish you were better with your budget, don’t despair! We take a look at all the brilliant discounts and cost-cutting tips to save you some cash and help your social life, your wardrobe and your travel plans… One of the downsides of being in education is the lack of income. While you might […]

REVIEW: Ellie Goulding – Halcyon

On 8 October, Ellie Goulding’s new album Halcyon hit the shelves nearly three years after the release of her triple-platinum, number one, debut album Lights which sold one and a half million copies. Many British fans have been chomping at the bit to hear some new material from Hereford-born Ellie, left patiently waiting while she […]