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Television - Ukip exposes its own ugliness in a witty but disturbing film, writes Andrew Billen
Television - An adaptation of Jonathan Coe's novel is a surprising delight. By Andrew Billen
Television - A supply-side tour of the drug trade's death and destruction. By Andrew Billen
A foreign firm may be about to take over the London Stock Exchange but its French chief executive still regrets the refurbishment of the Savoy Hotel grill room.
Observations on sulks
Why are evangelical Christians so upset at a musical that shows Jesus calling himself "a bit gay"? A
Television - Men get the women they deserve in a hot new drama, writes Andrew Billen
Television - It's not so grim up north in a headline-grabbing sitcom, writes Andrew Billen
2005: The decline of sex - The sexy hard sell is on the way out. You can filter out ads on televisio
2005: Radio 5 Live - The Today programme was once an essential part of breakfast for the chattering
Television - The cruelty behind a comedy duo is made painfully clear. By Andrew Billen
By Mark Thompson, BBC Director General, 7 December 2004
How valuable is a report about Fallujah by a correspondent who's sitting in a studio in London? To f
Television 2004 - From Barry to Carrie, it's been a year of farewells
Television - Griff Rhys Jones fails to rescue this hoary old guff, writes Zoe Williams
Uncertain Vision: Birt, Dyke and the reinvention of the BBC
Georgina Born Secker & Warburg, 56
Portillo should know better than to ruin a man by calling him a future Tory leader
Television - Couples get their act together on the ultimate make-over show. By Andrew Billen
Television - A new arts programme should get better with age, writes Andrew Billen
The duo from The X Factor moaned as loudly as if they'd been held at Guantanamo Bay
Television - Corruption comes before a fall in a gambling empire. By Andrew Billen
"You called me a bastard," said the voice. "Last week in your column"
Piers Morgan's two left feet, and why I'll never agree to a make-over by Trinny and Susannah
Television - A six-part series offers a surprising allegory of the war. By Andrew Billen
I wanted to be a judge on the new Richard and Judy's Wine Club - it's my specialty subject
Television - Forget education, education, education: comedy is king, writes Andrew Billen.
Television - Is the threat of al-Qaeda just a convenient myth? By Andrew Billen
The Power of Ni
On Any Questions, the studio audience booed and jeered when Peter Hain defended the war
George W Bush might not have been wired to a box in his back during the first televised debate, but