Trump is a Hollywood comedy blundering around in the 'real world' of American politics. Hollywood drama can show us what is needed instead.
Anarchists old and new are populating film and TV a lot at the moment – reflecting the profound anxiety of the times.
The programme's move to a different channel has cooked up a storm. But that's the reality of reality television.
Women’s privates have moved to the front and centre of popular entertainment. And they're not always pretty.
South African creative and cultural industries have taken some early steps to elevate women to leadership positions, but there is still some way to go.
Same same but different.
With a pilot that was deemed too complex and cerebral, 'Star Trek' looked dead in the water. Fifty years later, we look back at the show's rocky beginnings.
TV news stories often frame contraception as a political or social issue, rather than a medical issue, depriving the public of vital health information.
Baking offers some interesting insights into the state of the modern world.
Indigenous representation in TV dramas has surged, but other culturally diverse groups are still under-represented on screen.
The high street chains cop the heat, but shouldn't you be doing your bit too?
Advertising complaints hit 37,000 in the UK last year, but companies keep chancing their arm.
The popular TV series encourages us to question how we understand identity and community in light of religion.
Daytime television talk shows are known for their confrontational style. But there is a different model: a harmonious, cohesive and relational approach may offer a better way to communicate.
The medieval period wasn't always dark and full of terrors
It's time for a new Bond – what about a woman? Two academics debate the cultural implications of changing the spy's gender.
One reason for the series’ success can undoubtedly be found in its spectacle of violence and sex.
The boxer's death follows hard on the heels of David Bowie and Prince. The world is losing global icons and learning how to grieve using new and democratic tools.
Both the outrage and relief prompted by the BBC White Paper miss the time bomb that will ultimately determine the Corporation’s future.
One of Victoria Wood’s recurring themes was television, something that until recently, held the nation together. As such, she is the consummate English comic.