Where once the nation would listen to radio events together, now, it is the booming podcast market that commands our attention
The actor says over-representation of the privately educated at the top of acting is nothing to worry about – and his many, many privately educated peers agree.
I wasn't expecting BBC2's pottery competition to make me so emotional, but it did. Plus: Francis Bacon: a Brush With Violence.
Television comedies are finding humour in ignoring the end of the world.
Guessing the next Doctor is always pure speculation, but there is a pattern in the history of casting the role.
On the pop culture podcast: Lion, BBC Three comedy Witless and Daisy Johnson’s short story collection Fen.
We speak to Kerry Howard and Zoe Boyle as the second series of their witness protection comedy comes to BBC Three.
New shows are promising better political conversations across America’s divides.
Between the series' utterly unconvincing quickie in the House of Commons broom cupboard and Donald Trump's inauguration footage, it's been an unedifying week for this critic.
As the TV drama about adolescent hedonism turns ten, we trace how viewers engaged with its depiction of a character who had anorexia.
No mortal can resist the Chapel in the Crypt.
Across the political spectrum, the New Statesman introduces you to the personalities who shape our world. Where else would you find Jeremy Corbyn, Tony Blair and Theresa May in the same place?