It’s Norwegian, subtitled, gently funny and very honest.
From the weird to the weirder.
The tone of the whole station is of an easy joy in the medium.
“I can’t report something I know nothing about,” says a character with a sketchy memory. It's a more thoughtful depiction than anything in, say, Game of Thrones.
I bet Ivanka Trump is glued to it, down in the White House screening room. Plus: Clique.
No more Spotify private sessions - I am free.
On the pop culture podcast this week: a critical look at Ed Sheeran’s new album,÷, the Netflix original series Love and the Terence Malik film Days of Heaven.
Will Lady Lyanna Mormont rise and rise? Is it all over for Westeros? "Sigils" hints at some answers.
The cult TV show – 20 years old today -– played with genres, bust clichés and spawned a language. If you haven't watched it – why not?
The BBC have done wonderfully accurate adaptation of H G Wells’s novel.
The murder-as-dubiously-titillating-entertainment brigade should be required by law to watch Channel 4's A Killing in the Family. Plus: Killing for Love .