Since the second world war, changing ideas about how children should behave have made us fear independent and competent children.
To stick or twist? Love Island is a perfect illustration of the investment model of relationships.
Lessons from putting the broadcaster’s other youth channel, BBC Three, online don’t seem to have been learnt
How perceptions of adultery in British society have changed might surprise you.
With the longest coastline in England, serpent myths abound in Essex.
Lesser-known gods are featured in the Marvel series, which has pleased experts and fans alike.
The show is an accurate representation of how the yakuza see themselves and their culture.
Members of the key 18-to-34 demographic finds the format stale, the hosts unrelatable and the topics patronizing.
The life of the famous pirate Stede Bonnet has been turned into a ridiculous comedy in Our Flag Means Death – but who was the real gentleman pirate from history?
The Marvel universe is expanding with new heroes in new films and shows that break new boundaries and tackle new genres.
The allusive artist continues to fascinate as a series of new productions try to understand the man behind the work.
If characters on TV consumed less, research has found it can have an impact on the environmental behaviour of audiences
The story of the groundbreaking history behind your flatscreen TVs, mobiles and tablets – and the ingenious scientist who made it possible.
Stories build powerful emotional attachments. We root for heroes, boo their opponents and get anxious for the fictional problem to be solved. Facts have very little to do with it.
The Sex and the City reboot, And Just Like That, has been met with mixed reviews. But to understand why it might not work, we have to revisit the cultural legacy of the original series.
While the main cast is autistic, the Amazon Prime show still relies on dangerous tropes.
What can we take away from this epic fail of a reboot as a society that continues to undervalue women and shun open discussions of age, class, race and sex?
No longer depicted as at a journey’s end, older women are living more out loud than ever in TV
While many actors may aim to fully “become” their character with the use of “method acting” it seems there is a serious misunderstanding of the term and what its founder actually had in mind.
How to use TV and other tools to help dogs who suffer from anxiety or spend a lot of time at home alone.