A Channel 4 exploration of Christian hysteria about the evils of rock music.
Why the return of the reality TV flagship show is nothing to put the bunting out for.
Sickbags at the ready as we delve further into the world of hypocritical, exploitative and sensationalist ‘self-improvement’ television.
As Channel 4 broadcasts hand-wringing documentaries about the mental health of reality stars, a reminder of how it has routinely made dangerous and exploitative TV shows for ratings and profit, fatuously disguised as ‘social experiments’.
The former Countdown presenter’s curious history with the murky worlds of debt consolidation and equity release.
Are some people taking seriously the lyrics of a comic song written nearly 70 years ago? That’s the way it looks.
The conflicting evidence, lost facts, fervent nationalism and tabloid-driven hysteria surrounding one of the most notorious trials of the 1990s.
The kerfuffle over the famous comedian’s return to UK TV.
How a cheeky but harmless advertising campaign wound up the easily offended.
The outrageous post-pub show of the early 1990s resulted in some classic television moments and unforgettable band performances.
Channel 4’s art show examines the appeal of horror films in a somewhat haphazard manner.
British TV’s top entertainment show steps up with the adult film legend to deliver a Eurovision anthem for Italy in 1998.