Another Birthday for the SFA

Yesterday the second oldest national football association in the world celebrated its 145th anniversary - happy birthday to the Scottish Football Association. In the week where Scotland’s latest national friendly squad was released, take a minute to … [Read more...]

The Generation of Outrage

Is this generation too easily offended? Gregor Thomson discusses freedom of speech in the 'post Weinstein world'. In the last couple of months, it has been stated that many universities in the UK have restricted free speech with the creation of … [Read more...]

Oscar nominations 2018: snubs and surprises

This year's Oscar nominations saw many surprises, let's have a look. … [Read more...]

The Darkest Hour @ 12pm

Cameron Storer is joined by our entertainment reporter Alex Heron to discuss Joe Wright's latest blockbuster The Darkest Hour. During the early days of World War II, the fate of Western Europe hangs on the newly-appointed British Prime Minister … [Read more...]

The Darkest Hour – A reinvention of the war film genre

World War 2 is without question the most documented event in cinematic history. In the 73 years since the Allies defeated the evil Hitler (who is always inexplicably played by a British actor) and his Nazi army there have been almost 5,000 movies … [Read more...]

Best Edinburgh Burns Night 2018 events

Burns Night is where many across the world celebrate and toast Scotland's famed national bard. Whether it is tucking into haggis, dancing at a ceilidh or reciting some of Burns' most beloved works, there are many ways you can take part in the … [Read more...]

Oprah Winfrey for President?

Her Golden Globes speech touching upon black and female empowerment went viral so far as to spark hopes of a 2020 presidential bid. When asked if she would run for president, her partner Stedman Graham said she would “absolutely do … [Read more...]

Scottish TV is ‘Still Game’ as we look at the countries contribution on World TV day

Today the world is celebrating national Television Day and it is important for us to remember what our country, Scotland, has brought to the television world. The very first television broadcast in Scotland took place in 1926 and displayed  a large … [Read more...]

Entertainment Podcast @ 4pm

Today EN4News discusses the effects of the sexual allegations on Kevin Spacey's career. Cameron Storer is joined by Jamie McDonald and Jamie Taylor as they discuss their views and opinions on how damaging the allegations could be on Spacey and our … [Read more...]

Amazon buys rights to Lord of the Rings prequel

Fans of JRR Tolkein’s The Lord of The Rings will be able to return to world of Middle Earth in a new TV adaptation of the series.   Amazon has bought the rights for $200 million to make a multi-series of the books and will showcase it on … [Read more...]