English as tuppence, changeless as canal water – the glories of the British Christmas Market are remembered and rejoiced by Dagbert Beaver.
Why do TV game shows and documentaries insist on pretending that film crews don’t exist?
The BBC’s crime investigation reality show re-examined.
The television licence is an outdated concept – and the plans to replace it are even more out of touch with reality.
Britain’s TV regulator thinks that more of this sort of thing will encourage people to watch traditional TV channels again. They are mistaken.
Looking back at the heyday of the imported, dubbed European kid’s TV shows that left an indelible impact on a generation of British viewers.
Once upon a time, TV was the home of adventurous, challenging and provocative single dramas – we should all mourn their loss.
The bizarre 1980 BBC news report that attempted to convince viewers that dinosaurs were being genetically engineered in Hertfordshire.
Remembering a more innocent time, when Royal scandals simply involved celebrities in funny costumes throwing buckets of water at each other.
Just what is it with the need to nag people into abstinence at the start of the year?
Continuing our crime movie month with a look at a flawed but interesting film adaptation of a BBC serial from 1955.
The author and broadcaster explores how we reached our current state of extreme tribal division over everything in a new podcast series.