What has happened to political TV satire? It used to be sharp but this election it missed it mark.
As a child, there is unbound magic in a garden and during COVID-19 many of us adults discovered their importance anew.
The 97-year-old media conglomerate has changed its business strategy and is focusing most of its energy on its streaming platform, Disney+.
A new wave of productions are proving that there is power and possibility in the menopause
From run by gangster and drug-ridden to a place of sexual freedom and opportunity, a spate of new screen productions are rehabilitating Dublin's image.
Complaints stated that family shows like Britain's Got Talent shouldn't be political. However, the problem is much more complex and sinister than simple politics
JG Farell's novel mocks the delusions and vanity of imperial attitudes that persisted even as the empire collapsed.
The tradition of performing in a mask, from china to France, shows how it can be just as evocative and entertaining.
John Wyndham's book The Midwich Cuckoos is set to be adapted for the screen for the third time. The tale of otherworldly children resonates with audiences today as much as it did in 1957.
The way this genre represents police is just the tip of the iceberg.
Police officers put themselves and their families in harm's way in order to stop crime and protect us. But who protects them?
There's never been so much to watch, but not everyone is able to tune in.
Shows are being broadcast to empty studios but audiences are fundamental to the quality of entertainment.
A closer look at Canada’s hit TV show, 'Hudson & Rex', invites us to think differently about animals’ minds, work and contributions to our shared communities.
The more people watch TV the more likely it is that they prefer a slimmer female body size.
Critics who called the show featuring Scarlett Moffatt 'racist' need to look at their own prejudices.
An increasing amount of the BBC's content comes via collaborations with international production houses.
EastEnders is planning to introduce a new bisexual character – let's hope they don't portray many of the classic stereotypes about bi people often seen on TV.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation, like South Africa itself, is a symbol of contradictions. While there are bad people who work for it, there are also many good ones.
Friends started airing 25 years ago this week. You might think of it as just a nostalgic sitcom: but it actually has a lot to teach us about how to be a good manager.