The sexually motivated killing of a woman in the opening of episode two was simply 'a bit much', but this is still the some of the finest television ever made
A missing fruit cake is a good enough cliffhanger for me
When people go missing, those who are left behind are also lost
Gail said she was no racist, just ‘offended by people who look like bin-bags’
The human capacity to carry on loving rang through the hour
When I watch Girls, I want to shake them hard and shout "bloody grow up"
It's enjoyable, and its intentions are beautiful, but if the show wants to depict the reality of life as a gay person in today's world, it is far off the mark
'Guccifer' apparently downloaded it from writer Julian Fellowes’ BT internet account as part of an assault on prominent individuals
'Brazilian' bikini waxing cited as precipitating decline in cases of the ancient pest
A nice, meaty box-set will always trump a dissertation. Face it, says, Eleanor Doughty, we're never going to escape the flickering lure of the screen...
A heavily tattooed glamour model, a former male escort and a woman who runs a "gold-digger" website are among the bunch of housemates who tonight began a stint on TV's Big Brother.
Sex And The City star Kim Cattrall says she has come to terms with taking on "older woman" roles as she prepares for her latest West End part.
Candy canes a-plenty and silver lanes aglow; Christmas is undergoing a transformation, but it's not too late to stop it
I was shocked to be nominated for Sports Personality of the Year And it’s a massive surprise that we’ve got two other Paralympians nominated too [swimmer Ellie Simmonds and wheelchair racer David Weir]. Ellie’s career had a similar start to mine [the 18-year-old Paralympian won two golds at each of the past two Paralympics] but although I had five medals by the time I was 18, I was unheard of. The previous five Paralympic Games I was involved in went under the radar – this was my sixth. So that difference is an easy way to measure how far we’ve come [with disabled sport].
Lena Dunham's hit show has been applauded for representing real women - but where exactly is the feminism?
Janet Suzman, 73