No song seemed to fit the mood on Hayes FM.
The penultimate episode of Girls, which saw Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshanna in one room for the twelfth and last time, was close to what viewers might expect from this bittersweet programme. Where was left to go from here?
"Why aren't there more women on University Challenge?" lament the same newspapers which cheerfully objectify young female contestants.
Before 1990, northern towns were producing TV shows that were distinctively local - and internationally successful.
We hear a gunshot – but who shoots? Who, if anyone, is shot? Could this be the beginning of an Attica-style hostage situation?
A prequel to Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul is plotted on an intentionally smaller scale than its apocalyptic big brother.
Why has Peppa become an icon for Brexiteers, Islamophobes, and Satanists?
On the pop culture podcast this week: Harry Styles’s new single “Sign of the Times”, the French horror film Raw and HBO TV show This is Us.
It’s tempting to declare, like Shoshanna, that these people were never friends in the first place. But is that fair?
Suicide is a difficult topic to tackle without being sensationalist or reductive. But 13 Reasons Why manages to fall into both of these categories at once.
The online drama, about a competitive intership for women, suggests there is dark side to “leaning in” - and shrugging off workplace sexism. Spoilers ahead!
The Zombie PM
The doomed premiership of Theresa May