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
Rachel Cooke applauds good old entertainment and is perplexed by biology.
Michael Ball bends the knee like a medieval courtier.
A messy execution ruins Pepys’s afternoon, writes Antonia Quirke.
Rachel Cooke winces at Jeremy Irons’s hammy performance as a pope.
A perky guide makes grim office architecture a joy, says Rachel Cooke
This is how to make inspired use of the archives, writes Rachel Cooke
A documentary on contemporary Iraqi artists gives Rachel Cooke hope.
David Flusfeder delights in the queen of country's folksy charm.
Trevor Nelson rocks like it's the end of the world.
Rachel Cooke is underwhelmed by a long-awaited adaptation.
It's July, so all the usual presenters are taking it easy, writes Antonia Quirke.
A masterclass in the art of documentary-making.