BBC4’s new Saturday night Swedish drama ‘Modus’ brings familiar delights for Scandi-noir fans. But are these subtitled thrillers becoming just a bit too cosily familiar?
Smart and articulate, in another life Humans actress Emily Berrington might have been a Labour MP instead of beating up male extras with a rubber bat
TV's rising star talks to Gerard Gilbert about the strangest scene she ever filmed, kicking off her career on the BBC's biggest period drama and why flawed heroines are the future
'I actually used my Rada training more for Coronation Street than I did for any other job because it was like I was in a Greek tragedy'
The former Doctor Who assistant launches the biggest role of her career as a young Queen Victoria, on a new show on ITV which bears resemblance to Downton Abbey
The first black or mixed-race actress to be awarded a Bafta, Georgina Campbell is starring in One of Us, a new BBC1 murder-mystery from authors of the four-times Bafta-nominated drama The Missing
This vast, sparsely populated and largely unsung province contains the nation's creation story - and a surprising number of storks
‘I find I'm always observing. There is a side of my personality that is interested in why people do what they do’
Once tipped to be the next Doctor Who companion, Faye Marsay can be seen on Game of Thrones and now takes the lead in BBC 1's new series Love, Nina
The Royle Family star and Gogglebox voiceover plays a 'loveable loser' in new sitcom Rovers
The actor and comedian chats to Gerard Gilbert about starring in Ben Elton's Blackadder-esque new comedy
After being closeted away in a girls' school and becoming a militant Christian, she's gone on to tell lurid tales of her sex life and is about to play a murderous webcam girl. Whatever happened, Michaela Coel?
Julian Fellowes' first TV drama since Downton Abbey is an adaptation of 'Doctor Thorne', Anthony Trollope's 1858 tale of romantic intrigue. He tells Gerard Gilbert why this 'populist but patronised' author has a particular resonance for him
As a new television series explores the idea of failure, Gerard Gilbert asks what we mean by such concepts?
From a BBC thriller to an ITV period piece, Tom Hollander is taking over Sunday nights. He talks to Gerard Gilbert