Russell T. Davies’ groundbreaking gay drama didn’t have anything as stodgy as a message: it simply shone a light on characters we’d never encountered before on British TV.
From The Archers to The Angry Therapist podcast.
Plus: BBC One’s The Missing spin-off Baptiste.
The character has elevated banality to an art form.
The tense moments come as a genuine surprise. Just like in real life.
Is the poverty safari genre over?
It could be described as a kind of video game, or choose-your-own-adventure story, or puzzling, claustrophobic escape room.
Whoever it they must know what “quality programming” really means.
The show, as it always has done, invites us to think darkly, even if just for a second.
The days when radio comedy was central to the national consciousness are long gone. But the upside is that radio is now a place where you can build more quietly.
A new Bowie documentary brings a new perspective to his life. Plus: The Great British Sewing Bee.