It would be nice if the show’s makers could embrace Bert and Ernie’s relationship, rather than feel compelled to deny it.
Creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge really might, after all, be the best thing to happen to women and TV in 45 years.
If lots of people dream of the visionary nature of a Tony Stark, those who really like Elon Musk are effectively teen boys who believe the world’s problems might be solved by magic.
Comer’s turn as Villanelle is a piercing jolt of a performance that hits you like a hairpin to the eyeball.
It’s difficult to justify handwringing about people pretending to be something they’re not, when that’s exactly what you’ve cast them to do.
As in Jed Mercurio’s TV depiction, bodyguards aren’t always on the sidelines – affairs, close relationships and tensions with ministers happen in real life too.
This story of John Paul Getty is silly, salacious and yet deadly serious.
Aggers grumbled about the inexplicably slow Oval scoreboard and Michael Vaughan kept saying the word tense.
The pop culture podcast with Caroline Crampton and Anna Leszkiewicz.
I hate that handshake.
George’s dream is to snap David Cameron upon the sand in his shorts “with his belly out”.