Rachel Cooke trained as a reporter on The Sunday Times. She is now a writer at The Observer. In the 2006 British Press Awards, she was named Interviewer of the Year.
Could the channel use a hit? Every time my subscription leaves my bank account, I think again that it could.
Morgan Matthews impresses with his BBC4 documentary This Was My Dad.
The actor's Channel 4 film explores the gap between outward appearances and deep-seated feelings.
How did this Netflix series, with its portentous Seventies vibe and implausible plot, come to be made?
A gold star for Ian Hislop's BBC2 immigration documentary.
Its heroine's frantic and complicated life, and her relish for every single one of its constituent parts, feel so wonderfully replete.
Its basic approach is to treat race and everything else with a certain comic jauntiness.
A woman who had disobeyed the regime is punished by having her right eye removed. But the plot is clairvoyant in other ways, too.
A surprisingly involving depiction of a clergyman provides the saintly contrast to the sinner being judged by a real jury.
A powerful drama exploring the Rochdale child grooming scandal contains miraculous performances