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Instead of a grumpy comic monologue, Futile Attempts is a bold mix of documentary, fiction and meta-satire.
The Dennis Nilsen drama is never tasteless or glib – but it's still entirely gratuitous.
A commitment to complete exposure made one family the most powerful celebrities of the social media age.
A HBO series explores the investigation that finally brought the serial rapist and murderer to justice.
In a new BBC Two series, Schama sets out his thesis that we’re all Romantics now.
A new podcast series from BBC Sounds looks at how George Gibney abused his power and then disappeared unpunished.
Two TV series reveal the topsy-turvy, contradictory nature of a system that rewards the creation of unaffordable new homes.
The quiz master on the future of TV and his debut novel The Thursday Murder Club.
A new series of monologues, broadcast on Radio 4 to mark the Mayflower 2020 anniversary, understands the sheer scale of the country.
The Darrowby from Channel 5's remake is neat and non-Thirties looking: the Daylesford organics or Toast catalogue version of the countryside.
Lucy Prebble and Billie Piper's dark comedy is absolutely bulging with people who, though basically decent and likeable, are also behaving very stupidly and, sometimes, incredibly badly.