We take you on a guided tour of the best, the good, and the quite good's of the week
Let’s cut to the chase here - Ariana Grande has released new music and yes, there’s a lot of really great music out today as well (which we will definitely get to) but for now all we can do is talk about ‘No Tears Left To Cry’ and that’s how it is.
Featured Song: Ariana Grande – No Tears Left To Cry
Ari absolutely trolled the who universe by having a song that starts as a ballad (for like, 3 seconds) and then evolves into the best pop song that this summer is going to see – unless she releases more new music this summer, that is. As she says in the song, she’s feeling a vibe… and we’re feeling a vibe too!
On a more serious note, if the response to the Manchester Attack is that we shouldn’t allow terror to make us live in fear…
James Gilmore charts his favourite covers of Alessia Cara's hit single, "Here".
Here by Alessia Cara has made massive waves in the music industry since it was released earlier this year.
It acts as the breakthrough single for new 19-year old Canadian artist Alessia Cara who was discovered by Universal Music after she started posting covers on YouTube. Whilst it had a mediocre performance on charts around the world (it made the #10 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and #144 on the UK Singles Charts), the track has since been celebrated by fans internationally.
Hear Alessia Cara's debut single Here and her debut EP Four Pink Walls on Spotify below.
We're listing our Top 4 covers of this incredible track.
It is without a doubt that Alex Aiono is one of the most talented YouTuber singers currently uploading. Saying that, we're not entirely sure what our favourite part of this cover…
James Gilmore has a live interview with The Gruffalo, AKA Owen Guerin
The Gruffalo is everybody's favourite children's story by Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler.
Join Mouse on a daring adventure through the deep dark wood in search of a nut, meeting the cunning Fox, the eccentric old Owl and the party mad Snake on the way. Will the story of the Gruffalo save Mouse from ending up as dinner for these wily woodland creatures? Armed with only a nut map and a little courage, Mouse must outwit them all, and after all, there's no such thing as a Gruffalo - is there?
As we all know, yes there is. And, naturally, James Gilmore interviewed him.
The Gruffalo has been touring successfully for 15 years, performing in 14 countries and 5 continents. It has played twice at the Sydney Opera House, twice on Broadway, once at the National Theatre and had seven West End seasons.
Joseph Perry catches up with the colourful candidate from The Apprentice
Few Apprentice candidates have caught the public eye in the way that Ruth Whiteley did earlier this series. Between the arrogant architects, and brash beauticians, stood an enthusiastic businesswoman - and an even brighter suit!
She earned the affection of Twitter users and the wider public with her straight-talking, no-nonsense approach to business. Whether she was starring in a billboard advert for ‘Desert’s Secret’ (remember that?), or shovelling animal excrement on a farm in Kent, Ruth Whiteley took on every challenge with professionalism and humour.
She brought a lighter, more polished touch to a series embroiled in ‘fix’ claims and general incompetence.
Although the Pet Show task proved to be her undoing, Apprentice fans will remember Ruth and her suit for some time.
She spoke to Joseph Perry on his Saturday afternoon show about her time in the boardroom, Lord Sugar’s controversial…