Not many writers come with lives as interesting as their books.
As a young player he would super-companionably shake hands with the opposing team, even if they had just crucified his side, inviting them back to the pub for pies and pints.
Are we putting people at risk for the sake of entertainment?
From Grenfell to Manchester Bomb: Our Story, new BBC documentaries are looking at what happens to those affected by national stories of trauma after the spotlight begins to fade.
The programme needs a new slot and better guests, but finding the right replacement for David Dimbleby is key.
Why do highly educated, middle-class people go mad for the show?
Dating for doctors is tough – even if you’re not out of your depth on a reality TV show.
Season Two turns trauma into a plot device – and this time it’s rape. Contains spoilers.
Old women? Talking? No men around? It’s amazing it got made at all.
Exploring a lost civilisation: a Mesolithic site at Bouldnor Cliff, which disappeared under the sea 8,000 years ago.
More people apply to the reality TV show than the UK’s top universities. Obviously.