There are two kinds of classic: those whose themes are so universal they speak to every age, and those which are a canvas on which any age can write its own story. Accidental Death of an Anarchist is the latter.
It was a moment when those of us long-haul time-travellers had to reassure ourselves that we weren’t suffering from Plasmaton-induced psychotronic hyperstimulation.
Michael Adebolajo lost two teeth in what the Prison Officer Association described as 'necessary restraint'
BBC2 sitcom Heading Out has also been dropped
The cult TV sitcom returns to our screens this week after seven years away but will it be as good as the much-loved original episodes, asks Sarah Hughes, and will that longed-for movie ever happen?
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Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer are coming back to the BBC two years after the corporation axed their surreal panel show Shooting Stars.
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Just two weeks after the actor Richard Briers told press he was struggling with lung disease his death has been confirmed by his agent.
No subject seems taboo for increasingly edgy television comedies – except perhaps the Holocaust
The return of Yes, Prime Minister to the small screen after a 24-year absence has been met with criticism from reviewers.
Clark broke the elbow of Leicester hooker Rob Hawkins
After a second pilot ABC decides not to commission the show
Helping the terminally ill to die becomes a 'life line' for twentysomething mates in this new BBC comedy