APPS, MUSIC & TV
We sometimes feel like time has come to a standstill but then realise that there are so many things to look forward to. Here are just a few:
If anybody can make us feel better, it’s Dolly Parton and from Thursday April 2nd, she will be reading Good Night stories live through her Imagination Library Youtube Channel.
If you’re worrying about your hair (roots growing out, grey hairs etc) then do catch Luke Hershesons‘ live Q&A on Sunday 5th April at 7.30pm. Follow him on Instagram and DM him your questions beforehand.
Channel 4 have announced a new series called the Lockdown Academy which will include Kirstie’s House of Craft with Kirstie Allsopp, Keep Cooking and Carry On with Jamie Oliver (shot on his iPhone!) and what we’re looking forward to most, Grayson’s Art Club with Grayson Perry.
Our eyes are also peeled for the new London Art Studies series for kids coming later this month. Which, if they’re anything like their series for adults, will be a great way to spark off a lifelong interest in art.
We have a new music-crush – check out H.E.R. playing live on her sofa at home for Elton John’s iHeart concert here. We have her single Hard Place playing on repeat and hear that she has a new album in the pipeline, date hopefully later this year.
And finally, it’s going to be released as a box set by BBC3 on April 26th and judging by this new trailer, the TV adaptation of Sally Rooney’s hit book Normal People is going to be a must-watch.