Plus, a BBC Two documentary about Brixton reggae producer Steve “Blacker Dread” Burnett-Martin.
Plus, new Netflix documentary series Flint Town.
Life, the universe and everything.
A self-described redneck welcomes the Fab Five with open arms.
The series’s star, Irish actor Andrew Scott, might just be the 21st century’s Peter Lorre.
The series, fronted by Schama, Mary Beard and David Olusoga, is more diverse and relativist than its predecessor.
In a new social context, can a show that formally emphasises differences between straight and gay men have the same radical power?
Will a twist find the left embracing the show, or is it the anti-SJW screed the right wing have been waiting for?
Rees-Mogg, in his pinstriped shirt, is a profoundly unserious man pretending to be serious.
Rachel Cooke reviews Troy and 24 Hours in Police Custody.
The brother-sister duo behind the revolutionary BBC comedy on their childhood feuds, “the Mr Perkins scandal”, and stalking Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen in Cirencester.