After a record setting year at the box office in 2019, 2020 was set up to be another huge year for cinema, with multi-billion pound franchises like the MCU, James Bond and Fast and Furious all scheduled to release their latest tent-pole film.
The BBC has released the contenders for this year’s Sports Personality of the Year Award, with Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton the favourite to win. Joining Hamilton on the shortlist are footballer Jordan Henderson, cricketer Stuart Broad, jockey Hollie Doyle, snooker player Ronnie O’Sullivan and boxer Tyson Fury.
Last week, the BBC published a comprehensive set of new rules to ensure “the highest possible standards of impartiality across the organisation”. These guidelines were to apply to all BBC employees, ranging from Laura Kuenssberg to Gary Lineker.
The 2020 US Elections is just around the corner, with Americans taking to the polls to decide whether they wish to have another four years of a Donald J. Trump presidency, or if they want former Vice President Joseph R. Biden to take over the White House.