In Kearney, the BBC has (for once) identified the right star.
The potential is huge. Imagine X Factor, but you are the judge. Big Brother, but you can watch any room at any time and evict people on a whim.
My series Law & Order is now 40 years old, but problems in our criminal justice system remain – and the Establishment still won’t confront them.
On the 20th anniversary edition of Front Row, Geldof’s ever-building uproar of enthusiasm for the New Jersey gangster saga was sensational.
Revisiting the show reveals all the ways in which we, and television, have changed since 1978.
It could be argued that if all a television show has going for it is suspense, it hasn’t got very much going for it at all.
As Grandpa notes in season seven’s “Homerpalooza”: “I used to be with it, but then they changed what ‘it’ was.”
Chilli Island Radio plays songs like The Doors’ “LA Woman”, with its shaggy-headed bass line, written around the time the first Westerners came to the Gilis.
BBC Two remembers Dave Allen in a disappointingly flat biopic, while ITV3 pays homage to the enduringly funny Larry Grayson.
If HIGNFY has created an environment that women are reluctant to enter, that is not on women – that’s on Hislop and friends.