What’s hot and what’s not this week

Yes to Oh My God, What A Complete Aisling! becoming a movie, but no to DNA dating

Oh My God – Aisling is coming to the big screen

Oh My God – Aisling is coming to the big screen

 

WHAT’S HOT

Alex Murphy and Chris Walley

Their star turns in the TV adaptation of Young Offenders just get better and better.

Bread

Did we only realise how deep our love for bread is when it snowed?

Easter Eggs

Start stockpiling. 

Dries Van Noten

Nailed Paris Fashion Week with a fluffy, feathered, playful, colourful collection.

Guessing who will play Aisling

With Element Pictures optioning Oh My God, What A Complete Aisling! the guessing games begin.

Flint Town

Excellent Netflix documentary.

Balaclavas 

They just keep turning up on the catwalk.

WHAT’S NOT

Snow and restaurants 

Restaurants took a big hit in the blizzard.

Bacon

The research linking the chemicals used to make it to cancer keeps coming.

WhatsApp Kidnap

When you’re bundled into a group without your consent.

DNA dating

Pheramor is a new dating app that spouts spoofery about “attraction genes”.

British TV drama bosses

Under fire from women writers for denying them opportunities to make TV.

Porridge season

It’s over, break out the breakfast fruit free from oats.

Jamie Oliver’s restaurants

Jamie’s Italian is struggling big time in Britain.

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