The tart fruit of the gooseberry bush is ideal for a creamy fool or sugary pavlova says Kerstin, or turn seasonal Picota cherries into a chilled Summer Pudding
Strong performances in a seedy tale of Deep South drug dealing that strips away any glamour for the criminal underworld
A nice film for the nice people who live in London’s middle-class Richard Curtis world but with likeable characters and lashings of innocence, it has a certain charm
Lee Min-jae’s romzomcom is implausible and inconsistent but also inventive, good-looking and funny
The art-pop veterans, now in their sixth decade as Sparks, proffer another pick’n’mix of surreal nuggets
Islington-based Antony Wood’s supple translations pulsate with life and offer “an emotional diary” of the Russian writer from precocious teen to political exile
The Ham&High’s wine expert makes her recommendations for summer drinking
Liz talks to several producers in the Languedoc-Rousillon who put sustainability and the environment at the heart of their wine-making
A documentary about New York Antiquarian booksellers sounds boring, and it is: charmingly, endearingly, reassuringly dull.
A fascinating portrait of America’s foremost working director as a film student and documentary maker
Frenetic, full-on and danceable new wave debut from Canada’s best new band
The story of how record exec Drew Dixon disclosed her rape allegation against her former boss is timely, painful and well told
In International Refugee Week, the director of the Islington charity describes the effect of lockdown on her vulnerable members and how art has helped them
Disney’s latest adaptation of a successful book series is like Harry Potter except nothing actually happens
A film of mime artist Marcel Marceau’s wartime adventures with the French Resistance is an intriguing proposition, well acted, competent but not always believable
The entire history of female film-makers as told by a man unsurprisingly lacks insight into what they have contributed to cinema
The feted singer-songwriter beams a transfixing set straight into your front room – is this the future of live music?
Kerstin cooks up a tasty recipe from her regulation government food box and compares its contents to the rations doled out during World War II
Camden Garden Centre has reopened so the Ham&High’s resident gardening expert Ruth grabbed a trolley to investigate ‘the new normal’
Zoom tasting sesssions with accompanying bottles reveal three female winemakers from three different regions creating memorable wines from white grape varieties
This 2013 sci-fi dystopia by the Parasite director has a unique vision and a compelling pace
Thriller about the disappearance of a glamorous woman in rural France plays satisfying narrative tricks and explores the tale from different perspectives
Twenty well-meaning short films of life in Brexit Britain fail to see the big picture
Ninth album from the Mercury Music Prize-winner is a rollercoaster of ebullience and candour
Lisa Cowling from Hackney’s Week Night Diner cook school offers a quick and tasty lockdown lunch that you can conjure from your store cupboard and freezer
What sounds like the title of an 80s Sylvester Stallone film a beautifully shot, carefree Hong Kong action comedy that’s like a joy filled Fight Club
Tom Hanks’ latest sees him playing a saint with no edge in a film that grinds towards a predictable end
Supper club chef and food blogger MsMarmiteLover lent her skills to transform donated supplies into meals for Whittington Hospital staff - and shares her recipes
A portrait of a harried personal assistant to an abusive media mogul gets to the heart of how Harvey Weinstein got away with it for so long
Manchester post-punk quartet’s debut LP is dark and doomy, yet easy on the ear.
What better way to kickstart your new workout routine than from the comfort of your own home?
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