With the dramatisation of SS-GB starting tonight, David Barnett wonders ... would you be the partisan hiding in the hills, harrying the occupying forces, would you rather die than live under the jackboot of fascism, or would you collaborate?
Louise Minchin was replaced by Sally Nugent
'To the best fans in TV, thank you. We couldn't have done it without you'
Negotiations with Discovery Communications have broken down, and Sky says 13 channels could disappear on 1 February
The presenter, 39, talks to Ellen E Jones about her viewing habits, her love of US dramas such as Sky Living’s The Blacklist, and why disliking reality shows doesn’t make her a TV snob…
Police TV series, a fixture of the small screen since its inception, have morphed from binary tales of cops and robbers to challenging and morally nebulous psychodramas. While each generation favours the ones it grew up with, Graeme Ross reckons he has nailed down the best of all time
The Radio 2 DJ, 51, is a huge fan of Sky Living crime drama Blindspot. Here she tells Ellen E Jones what she enjoys about the show — and how it could inspire her to get a tattoo…
There was a time when Westerns ruled the small screen, often taking the form of action-packed weekly morality plays. Now that they are being reinvented for a new audience, Graeme Ross rounds up the genre’s best
A handler shouted quickly to "hold him tight!" as he struggled to keep it still
Former soldiers who served in Afghanistan tell their story
Change in the law means, as of September, a licence will be needed to download or watch BBC programmes on demand, including catch up TV, on iPlayer
Looking ahead to The Mystery Of Van Gogh’s Ear (BBC2, tonight 9pm) and The 80s with Dominic Sandbrook (BBC2, Thursday 9pm)
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
Charlie Dimmock returns to the small screen and home-video disasters get an airing
Sean O’Grady provides the low-down on a social experiment that strips its participants bare, and a documentary that tries to uncover why Islam and the Koran are so misunderstood in the US
The actress, writer and director was best known for her roles in TV sitcom The Royle Family and as chat show host Mrs Merton