Fans question the legitiamcy of the show after X Factor presenter Olly Murs announced Monica Micheals exit before the result had been revealed.
The nakedness of their encounter is of the sort that will always elude prose. You have to see them together
Most depictions of the future nowadays suggest dystopia is the only way to go. Star Trek offers us something different
The launch offering features 7,000 hours of programmes which can be streamed or downloaded to watch offline
She has become a face for the Disney channel in the UK
A new BBC series explores the relationship between predator and prey. In his foreword to the accompanying book, the legendary broadcaster reveals the thrills of documenting the hunt
Following the death of his dad, the rapper investigates why so many men opt to kill themselves
It rejoices in the fingernail-digging anger that surges when your other half takes too long to reach for the door key
The Woman Who Lived told us the tale of comedian Rufus Hound’s early life in the 17th Century, when he was naught but a bearded, quipping highwayman named Sam Swift
Supper is no longer taken to the screen, but the screen is an inescapable part of supper
'It wasn’t all brutal patriarchy, and there were some romantic customs that we still stick to today, and which still possess all their charm and humanity.'
It's not that controlling behaviour doesn't exist, but by presenting it as a fact of life without comment it only helps perpetuate the idea that it's normal
Producers had decided to blow the budget on the “names” rather than, say, the script...
There was nothing dazzling about Million Pound Properties, alas. Or new-feeling. It was a two-parter commissioned off the back of a documentary earlier in the year looking at what a seven-figure budget will get you. I could have told you the answer without sitting through this: a castle in the Cairngorms for the same price as a barely habitable slum in Soho. To make this well-trodden narrative good telly you need characters. Granted, there were some gems from estate agents – “If you have a dog, or possibly a cat, it’s not a bad place for them to do their business,” one said as he gamely tried to pass off a glorified pet toilet as “coveted outside space.” – but the best ones needed more airtime. Likewise, some of the buyers had promise.
Mike Bartlett’s gripping psychological thriller tapped into some all-too-common insecurities
If you don’t like the diversity then the UK is one of the last places you want to be