From Buffy and Willow to Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, relationships between women are no longer depicted only as bloodletting exercises in one-upmanship.
Is anyone genuinely gripped by Borgen?
Watch Tarantino say no again and again and again when asked about the relationship between film and real life violence.
CITV's Old Skool Weekend pricked the bubble of childhood nostalgia for Bim Adewunmi.
David Attenborough's latest series shows we're not so different from the beasts.
Belle de Jour’s History of Anon - review.
What to look out for on the small screen this year.
Mark Gatiss tells Robin Ince about his love of MR James.
An ending both satisfactory and unsatisfactory.
Some of our screen crushes fade quickly, but others (like Bim Adewunmi's for David Addison) last forever. Who's yours?
“Cut you to your core, you’ll find news running through your spine.”
There's nothing so snobbish as the staff of a posh hotel.
Debunking the heroic mystic of the Russian maestro pianist.
Why are so many adverts dishing up stale Seventies sexism this festive season?
So many storylines, you won't know where to look.
Rachel Cooke reviews "Goodnight Britain" and "The Dark Ages: an Age of Light".
“I am getting divorced and all I want to eat is peanut butter.”
Is there a dearth of good British teenagers on television?
A morality tale featuring a delicious blend of vice, corruption, pornography and cooking.
Caroline Crampton talks to Eric Idle, late-blooming internet aficionado.
The BBC drama about a BBC news programme is back, and it's never felt more relevant.
The sacking of star presenters is nothing new, writes Antonia Quirke.
We’re lucky the BBC still brings the classics to the masses.