In a new social context, can a show that formally emphasises differences between straight and gay men have the same radical power?
The brother-sister duo behind the revolutionary BBC comedy on their childhood feuds, “the Mr Perkins scandal”, and stalking Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen in Cirencester.
It might seem a contradiction to release a short film about a supposedly private pregnancy, but it’s a savvy way to walk a treacherous tightrope.
From five-star dog facilities and expensive doggy birthday parties to dogs living on benefits.
Don’t believe the McHype.
Channel 4’s new series set in 1990s Derry, follows 16-year-old Erin and friends, as they navigate the trouble with being teenage girls – and the Troubles with a capital T.
“I feel comfortable with him. Sort of safe,” Alyssa thinks, as we cut to James sharpening a knife with obscene glee.
Increasingly, the BAFTAs are used as a litmus test to judge the runners and riders for the Academy Awards.
The US hipster millennial comedy meets stylish, spiralling mystery is critically adored.
...But we imagined it anyway.
The great heroes of children’s literature guzzle and gulp with pride. Enter The Highway Rat.