Antonia Quirke enjoys a mysterious merging of things literary and musical.
A smug and cloying homage to Monty Python.
Kirsty Young loses her cool with Michael Johnson.
Rachel Cooke is spooked by the resurrection of an ancient post-death ritual.
Rob Brydon on Steve Coogan, Hackgate and the perils of celebrity.
Cerys Matthews has an unlikely love affair with fishing.
Rachel Cooke bemoans the self-absorption of celebs uncovering their ancestry.
All-male panel show line-ups are making me lose my sense of humour.
Radio 4's long-wave transmission will soon be history.
Too much Mary Portas makes Rachel Cooke feel queasy and cross.
Hiram Bingham was an unreliable witness.
Rachel Cooke survives the clichés to enjoy a biopic of the great Welsh singer.
Our attitude towards robots is complicated.
ITV's Exposure uses wrong IRA video
A Norwegian teen show struggles to find the right tone.
Rachel Cooke finds herself half amused by a sitcom charting student life
Rachel Cooke is only mildly entertained by a dinosaur documentary.
Andy Copping does Desert Island Discs for rockers.
“When I got pregnant, I thought: I’ll never be lonely again”
Rachel Cooke is sickened but impressed by a portrait of murderers.
If you're going to have a random show, make it a random show.
Scientists run rings round a baffled Cecil Balmond.
The documentary-maker Peter Taylor on a decade of investigating al-Qaeda.
Endemol’s debt could be restructured by the joint venture, which would ease ITV’s struggle for overs
Michael Ball bends the knee like a medieval courtier.
Rachel Cooke applauds good old entertainment and is perplexed by biology.
A messy execution ruins Pepys’s afternoon, writes Antonia Quirke.