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.
A new documentary reveals how the ties between humans and animals are growing closer by the day.
“Go home. Put your best record on... And with every note, you remember: that’s something the darkness couldn’t take from you.”
Marnie knows there’s something wrong with her. Every day she is plagued by disturbing sexual images.
Plus, Channel 4’s Ride Upon the Storm.
News presenters all go mad in the end. So why is Evan Davis brisk, frank – and still sane?
Plus: Shtisel on Netflix.
Murk is written into every moment of this radio drama marking the 40th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution.
Lauren Laverne talks to the NS about subbing in for Kirsty Young on Desert Island Discs, the songs she’d choose if she were on the other side of the desk, and politics’ Halycon days.
It’s less of a documentary, and more of an excuse to force Dyer to dress up in ridiculous costumes, eat disgusting food and order around his new servants.
It is a joy to hear Matt Lucas and Matthew Parris delivering facts about Mercury fast and openly, without side or line or pomposity.