This radio show has none of the tendentiousness, mysticism and arrogance of the “wandering about talking” form.
The writers of McMafia could learn a lot from David Hare’s new drama.
Too many shows flog an idea to death, but NBC's exploration of the afterlife offers another way.
We shudder as we see ourselves in the paradoxically self-loathing character.
The lawyers on both sides are already busy preparing for battle.
Roald Dahl was an industry of one for an extraordinary length of time. For decades, there was no Stones to his Beatles.
Shirin and Unity Spencer are shown as tiny, bent-over women with a deeper understanding of a flawed man.
It might seem a contradiction to release a short film about a supposedly private pregnancy, but it’s a savvy way to walk a treacherous tightrope.
It can be frustrating, but equality should allow LGBT+ people to be just as stroppy and complicated as straight people.
The middle classes perform their roles quite happily, like so many loudly clapping seals.
Everybody on the island of Bequia is tuning in to the morning talk show with DJ 2 Kool Kris on Hot 97.1 FM, to follow arguments about the political fiasco.