I wonder whether Julien Temple is stitching up Richards in his documentary The Origin of the Species.
Channel 4's new documentary, which tackles immigration in Sheffield, has an intriguing cast - but fails to delve below the surface.
Gates didn't quite comprehend the unspoken contract of Desert Island Discs: come ready to bare your heart.
It's hard to listen to Rob Titchener controlling Helen on The Archers. But a new real-life piece of legislation will hopefully make a difference for women like her – and me.
It’s a Friends SRSLY special!
On Channel 4's new foreign drama platform Walter Presents, Spin is French and sexy, and Clan a dark Belgian comedy. Plus: The Real Marigold Hotel.
What Owen Hatherley's The Ministry of Nostalgia ultimately misses is that our relationship to the past is about personal taste as much as politics.
You have to admire DiCaprio’s performance, no question, but “epic neo-realism”?
On the pop culture podcast this week, we discuss important men biopics (pecs?!) The Revenant and The Big Short, James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke, and Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.
Making a Murderer makes me heartsick, but it was clearly a labour of love - unlike Channel 4's Manchester’s Serial Killer?
The comedian talks to us about his experience as the son of Indian immigrants, working as a human rights activist, and stereotypical casting.
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