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Mark Thomas is an English journalist, activist, comedian and political satirist best known for his investigative journalism work on TV show The Mark Thomas Comedy Product. Mark is currently working on a show called Check Up: Our NHS at 70; a biting and humorous political commentary on health care. After running at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the show will move to London's Arcola theatre in Autumn. Here, Mark tells Mandy News about his impressive career, gives insider info on his latest show, weighs in on the NHS and explains how he got started in political comedy.
Singer, songwriter, actress and entrepreneur Madonna is 60 today and Mandy.com is celebrating the international pop sensation's life – and 41 years in showbusiness – by offering up the wise words she's said over the years about how she reached such dizzying heights of success.
Aretha Franklin died today, aged 76, surrounded by family members at her Detroit home in Michigan, US. The “Queen of Soul” was the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for her powerful voice and soul full ballads.
Chris Sussman is the talented Head of Comedy at BBC Studios, the executive producer of John Cleese’s latest series, Hold the Sunset and was instrumental in bringing shows like Not Going Out, Rev, People Just Do Nothing and Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe to TV. Here Chris talks to Mandy News about how he made it to the top in comedy, what he looks for in new shows and his favourite UK and US series.
Last month, Disney abruptly fired Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn after a series of abhorrent tweets from his past were posted online. Ardent and angry voices spoke out about the decision, some in defence of Gunn and others in defence of Disney. Twitter users have been locked in a fierce debate ever since. Weaponised Twitter has been targeting powerful individuals for a while, sometimes efficiently, other times not so efficiently. Here Mandy News looks at the good and the bad sides of trial by Twitter and asks the question; to what degree should people in positions of power be held accountable for the things they say and do online?
Narin Oz is an actress, comedian and writer known for her exciting, interactive theatre shows. Her shows are clever, hilarious and blur the lines of reality and fiction. She co-starred and co-wrote Channel 4's Girls Go Trolling, brought a prank show called Addicted To Love to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2014 and explored vile human behaviour and language in a theatre show called #DirtyWoman. Oz is currently performing her latest show BonQrz at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and here tells Mandy News how she came to be a performer, how to be successful at Edinburgh and more.