If all you require is a testosterone-fuelled thrill ride, then you are in for a treatDoctor Who: Season 7, Episode 13 – The Name of the Doctor
Love it or hate it, the season finale makes one hell of a prologue to the upcoming 50th anniversary special. Contains massive spoilersReview: The Great Gatsby
It’s good, but it’s not great. With an intriguing soundtrack and modest narration, Luhrmann’s latest hits our screens
Nicky Crane caught up with Ghostpoet before his show at Queen’s Social Club to chat about his new albumReview: Chapel Club – Good Together
The second album from Chapel Club will appeal to old fans but will leave new fans feeling a bit coldReview: Sam Amidon – Bright Sunny South
Bright Sunny South sees Sam Amidon’s traditional folk songs take a more refined feel, with an imaginative incorporation of jazz influenced instrumentation
Katherine Hockley looks back at Team Buddies, a fantastically vulgar tactical shooter from 2000Review: Thomas Was Alone
Does this puzzle platformer go down as an indie great? Phil Bayles takes a lookReview: Far Cry 3 – Blood Dragon
Sam Pierce was taken back to the 80s with this tongue-in-cheek DLC
Yes, Prime Minister, Anthony Jay and Jonathan Lynn’s hit political comedy has opened at Sheffield’s Lyceum Theatre as part of a national tour following huge success in London’s West End.Review: Alternative Comedy Cabinet, Riverside
“There’s a reviewer in the audience tonight,” starts Sean Morley, pointing vaguely in my direction, “but don’t worry, she’s not a proper reviewer – she’s just from Forge.” And so it begins.Review: Food For Thought
Only those who have visited the Bank Street Gallery can appreciate its unique nature.
An EDL demonstration at 7pm today was met by a contingent of anti-fascists more than double their sizeLocal cyclist planning to cycle Tour de France route
Alain Gordon-Seymour is planning to cycle the 3,360 km route this summer in the same amount of days as the professionalsUni medical institute specialising in “digital patients” launches
A medical institute specialising in virtual models of the human body has been launched
2s tie in thriller against Hallam, 1s and 3s both winYeovil Town 2-0 Sheffield United
Blades suffer play-off misery again with defeat at YeovilSheffield United 1-0 Yeovil Town
Substitute Callum MacFadzean’s 46th-minute goal gives the Blades a narrow play-off advantage
Alex Kohnert argues that you cannot tar an entire group for the actions of individuals. To do so is short-sighted, incorrect and dangerous.If we leave the EU, flower-arrangers and kittens are next
James Fyfe brings his personal perspective to an examination of Britain’s fraught relationship with our continental cousinsFruitcakes or a full English?
Alex Chafey examines the rise of UKIP and Farage and asks, is it time to start getting scared?
Liam Deacon discovers the fight between the clubs and the police to control drugsMenstruation for the nation
Chloe Lee discusses the issues surrounding menstruation some women face around the worldMental health and society: it’s time to change
One in six adults is thought to suffer from a mental illness at any given time; that’s more than seven million people across England and Wales.