Just because using 'science' to arrange marriages will entertain a TV audience, doesn't make it ethical.
The American film Dear White People has seen some controversy over its UK release. Here's why.
The actor always said that John Steed was a slightly exaggerated version of himself.
Future archaeologists sifting through Glastonbury's earth will look for clues as we do at Stonehenge.
The country lost two utterly different, and utterly compelling interpreters of India's urban world this month. They left a legacy rich with beauty and meaning.
The recently released Les Combattants is just the latest addition to a fast-expanding body of Hollywood-style rom-coms to come out of France.
The BBC’s chief contribution to the bicentenary has been to rename itself the Bonapartist Broadcasting Corporation.
Bandelero the Bandit is being performed for the first time since 1877. It is the ideal opportunity for a reappraisal of the Scottish writer's oeuvre.
The latest US Poet Laureate is known for work that re-thinks what it means to be American.
New studies show that unethical reputations actually don't concern consumers of streaming services.
Conceptions of forced displacement are very often tied to the notion of "loss". But certain things do remain.