By Caroline Crampton - 05 March 15:12
If approved by the BBC Trust, the decision would see BBC3 lose its on-air slot and become online-only. Does it deserve the axe?
By Caroline Crampton - 28 February 16:06
Nearly seventeen years after the first episode aired, Alan Davies’ duffel-coated sleuth is shuffling back onto our screens.
By Caroline Crampton - 27 February 15:00
Meeting the man behind Spitting Image's rubbery Maggie.
By Caroline Crampton - 14 February 15:00
Unusually for a political drama, Netflix's remake of House of Cards has a brilliant and independent political wife its heart, and is all the better for it.
By Caroline Crampton - 11 February 13:07
The cosy jumpers, the vast brooding sky: what’s not to like about Scandinavian television?
By Caroline Crampton - 27 January 12:32
Some commentators are saying that either Girls speaks for all women, representing some kind of unified theory of feminism, or it is nothing. Neither is the case: it is a television programme.
By Caroline Crampton - 16 January 11:12
It's not just the “Nordic noir” phenomenon, though - TV shows like CSI and NCIS seem to find it hard to get through a 60-minute episode without making reference to at least one mutilated female corpse.
By Caroline Crampton - 03 January 13:16
Once your audience are also your investors, can you ever do anything innovative or surprising?
By Caroline Crampton - 21 December 15:43
Being a chorister is hard work, and their commitment to their music tends to give them a startlingly mature outlook on certain aspects of life.
By Caroline Crampton - 19 December 12:48
Having already appeared as both Swedish and American film versions, this vampire story is coming to the stage.
By Caroline Crampton - 05 December 16:54
“I love and only love the fairer sex and thus, beloved by them in turn, my heart revolts from any other love than theirs.”
By Caroline Crampton - 28 November 14:22
"I didn’t want to tell a political story where all the politicians were shits, just devious bastards who were self-sufficient and only wanted power for the sake of power. I couldn’t write even ten episodes of that, because it would just be ... evil."
By Caroline Crampton - 13 November 12:08
The celebrated English composer has died at the age of 69. While he was better-known for pieces like <em>Song for Athene</em> and <em>The Lamb</em>, listening to his 2003 work <em>The Veil of the Temple</em> is the best way to appreciate his genius.
By Caroline Crampton - 31 October 6:56
Those who made dangerous choices when the only choice seemed to be "marry or die".
By Caroline Crampton - 22 October 15:12
Raymond Blanc's comment that the hugely popular baking show contains "not much skills, female tears" is symptomatic of widespread prejudice about women's roles at home and at work.
By Caroline Crampton - 19 September 9:58
Caroline Crampton speaks to Margaret Hodge about the Google, the BNP and the "loony left".
By Caroline Crampton - 28 August 8:24
Caroline Crampton talks to the polar explorer and climate scientist Felicity Aston, who in 2012 became the first woman to ski alone across Antarctica.
By Caroline Crampton - 23 August 10:15
Caroline Crampton was stuck on a train to Edinburgh, forced to deal with the worst.
By Caroline Crampton - 20 August 10:26
A “1 bedroom studio” in Highgate Village turns out to be little more than a garage with a shower in it.
By Caroline Crampton - 28 July 11:30
Naoki Higashida has written a sparkling collection of Q&As, reflections and stories which describes like with autism from a first-hand perspective.
By Caroline Crampton - 11 July 10:17
Caroline Crampton interviews Eric Joyce MP.
By Caroline Crampton - 11 June 11:19
Watching Swan Lake through 3D glasses might feel strange at first, but the Mariinsky Theatre's live 3D broadcast from St Petersburg provides an affordable way to go to the ballet in Russia.
By Caroline Crampton - 04 June 11:10
Many in the upper house feel strongly that gay marriage legislation should not be allowed to pass. Here are a few of their reasons.
By Caroline Crampton - 15 May 10:42
"The estuary doesn’t yield all its secrets on first glance. An hour or so out from the Isle of Sheppey, we arrive at seven bizarre constructions that look as if they belong in War of the Worlds..."
By Caroline Crampton - 28 April 11:29
We just can't leave that infamous tweet alone.
By Caroline Crampton - 28 April 10:39
The PM contradicts himself - is he a Thatcherite or not?
By Caroline Crampton - 28 April 9:25
The Work and Pensions Secretary says he “would encourage” those who don't need the money to return it to the state.
By Caroline Crampton - 28 April 8:31
The President zings it all over the place.
By Caroline Crampton - 23 April 10:32
The channel's handling of Chris Chibnall's brilliant whodunnit gives Caroline Crampton hope that ITV is going to give the BBC some serious competition when it comes to original drama.