Even gay subtext is enough to get you killed.
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.
Clean Eating – the Dirty Truth reveals the dodgy science behind the restrictive eating trend.
The presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Aftermath never traps or exhausts his subjects – he just gets them to open up.
From randy Postman Pat to white supremacist Smurfs, we present to you your childhood in tatters.
On the pop culture podcast this week: we discuss the Netflix adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events, the new CBBC version of The Worst Witch and the MTV podcast Speed Dial.
On Friday the Thirteenth, 13 years since the film adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s series (of 13 books) was released, eight episodes dropped on Netflix. How did we get here?
The sketch show Revolting's satiricial take on jihadi brides has divided opinion.
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