Welcome to the second week of Archive Flashbacks! This week we bring you a film review from renowned magazine Sight & Sound, a selection of poems from the very first issue of PN Review and a contentious article from BBC Wildlife Magazine.

Sight & Sound — March 2019

In the Groove for Love

Check out Barry Jenkins’s new film “If Beale Street Could Talk”, the first English-language feature adaptation of a James Baldwin novel, telling the tale of a young black woman trying to clear the name of her partner, who has been falsely accused of rape. You can read the full article by Kelli Weston here.

PN Review — Issue 01, 1973

Poems by Charles Tomlinson

In this article, we go back to the first issue of PN Review ever published, featuring a collection of poems written by the renowned poet, artist and translator Charles Tomlinson. View the full range here.

BBC Wildlife Magazine — January 2019

Killing the King

Finally, we look at whether farming captive lions for global trade in bones reduce pressure on wild lion populations or make the matter far worse. Read the full article by James Fair here.