Sanne Van Den Bergh, Daniel Turi, Greg Ward, 89 mins, featuring: George Galloway, Peter Oborne, Stephen Fry, Will Self, Clare Short
New Zealand – Earth’s Mythical Islands, BBC2, Tuesday 9pm; Brief Encounters, ITV Monday 9pm Don’t Tell The Bride, SKY 1 and NOW TV, Thursday 9pm
'There are few experiences more terrible, traumatic and horrifying than rape and abuse', says Fry
We can seek to protect victims to the point that they're marginalised all over again
Fry gave a vehement response to being asked what he would say to God
In this observant and wry account of Sayle's young adulthood, the jokes creep up on the reader as unexpectedly as the philosophical insights
'I’m short, I’m fat. I really would look ridiculous in a gown. What I was actually wearing at the Oscars was sort of an homage to Mad Max,' says Beavan
'I don't do frocks and absolutely don't do heels'
'Yes we are friends, and I am absolutely not upset'
Bafta host left Twitter after criticism over 'bag lady' joke
He's traditionally not shy of making controversial remarks, once saying that women only have sex with men as "the price they pay for a relationship"
'Just a word to the tragic figures who think calling Jenny Beavan a bag lady was an insult. She's a dear friend'
Enfield is best known for his BBC sketch show 'Harry Enfield and Chums', which ran from 1990 to 1998
Television can play a key role in raising awareness of mental health issues and encouraging people to speak out, particularly a generation not accustomed to sharing their every mood
Trio discuss their experiences for groundbreaking online course 'Literature and mental health: Reading for wellbeing'
'She thought for a moment, then said ‘no’, and hung up'