The notorious Leslie Phillips sit-com of the 1970s is not quite the sexist atrocity that it has been made out to be.
The documentaries about Kate Bush’s 1979 tour are a refreshing change from her usual trivial treatment on television at the time.
A collection of eleven extraordinary and essential arts documentaries for you to watch.
Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece has been waiting for the arrival of 4K and big-screen TVs to finally be able to be appreciated in the home.
The truth about the beloved children’s TV presenter and his canine sidekick is a little hard to swallow.
News services need to focus on pushing stories that are actually important instead of celebrity trivia and sports results.
Britain currently seems in the grip of a new moral panic over porn – but then, when is Britain ever not in a moral panic over porn? Even so, this week seems especially hysterical.
The king of Bosomania discusses his favourite film on the BBC.
The song designed to show just how much opposition to the royal coronation will be buried hits the top 20 and is, predictably, ignored.
Britain’s foremost minor internet hit singer returns with another protest song.
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?