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Scoop review: Netflix drama rains on Prince Andrew’s parade

Scoop review: Netflix drama rains on Prince Andrew’s parade

Billie Piper and Gillian Anderson lead Netflix’s latest drama, taking you behind the scenes of that infamous Prince Andrew interview
A sudden shift in TV obsession: The Traitors surge, Love Island fades

A sudden shift in TV obsession: The Traitors surge, Love Island fades

What’s behind drop in Love Island viewership and soaring ascent of The Traitors?
Government announces an increase in BBC licence fees from April 2024

Government announces an increase in BBC licence fees from April 2024

The government has announced a rise in BBC licence fees from next year. But what are the reasons behind this decision?
Gary Lineker and the BBC: How a pundit raises critical questions about British media culture

Gary Lineker and the BBC: How a pundit raises critical questions about British media culture

The BBC’s endless drive for absolute impartiality, in the face of a rising culture war, is causing the misrepresentation of public opinion over contentious social issues
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from the grand final

Eurovision 2023: What to expect from the grand final

Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of the grand final – here’s what to expect!
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from semi-final 2

Eurovision 2023: What to expect from semi-final 2

Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of semi-final 2 – here’s what to expect!
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from semi-final 1

Eurovision 2023: What to expect from semi-final 1

Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of semi-final 1 – here’s what to expect!
Formula 1 vs political statements: A cause for concern?

Formula 1 vs political statements: A cause for concern?

F1’s political statement ban is causing a stir amongst drivers, with calls for a u-turn from the sports biggest stars.
Bend It Like Bollywood: BBC Three documentary shines a light on queer South Asians

Bend It Like Bollywood: BBC Three documentary shines a light on queer South Asians

Bend It Like Bollywood, a film from the mind of our Theatre Editor, Jay Darcy, comes to the BBC
GaryGate: The BBC’s (failing) quest for impartiality

GaryGate: The BBC’s (failing) quest for impartiality

In its obsession with impartiality, the BBC has put itself in an impossible situation
Cal Freeman: My experience as a Queer Irish filmmaker

Cal Freeman: My experience as a Queer Irish filmmaker

We talk to Manchester-based Cal Freeman about his experience as a Queer filmmaker, the projects he’s undertaken, and advice for aspiring filmmakers
In conversation with Dick and Dom: The return of Da Bungalow

In conversation with Dick and Dom: The return of Da Bungalow

They’re back, causing mayhem live on stage, reliving the 2000s glory of ‘Dick and Dom in Da Bungalow’. We sit down with the duo to discuss success, the death of CBBC and DJing at BoomTown.
Happy 100th Birthday BBC!

Happy 100th Birthday BBC!

The BBC celebrated its centenary with a week of specially-dedicated programmes
Merlin (2008-2012) revisited: Magic and mystery

Merlin (2008-2012) revisited: Magic and mystery

A decade after its airtime, Merlin has not lost its magic and remains “the perfect comfort show to distract from real life with its medieval setting and magical elements”.
This is Going to Hurt: how should you read this med school bible?

This is Going to Hurt: how should you read this med school bible?

Intrigued to learn more about the life of a junior doctor? Look no further as Adam Kay’s novel is your perfect read!
Why the BBC should think again before moving CBBC online

Why the BBC should think again before moving CBBC online

Moving CBBC to just online makes it inaccessible for kids who already are already being taught to consume TV like customers.
Doctor Who finds it’s newest Time Lord

Doctor Who finds it’s newest Time Lord

Doctor Who finally welcomes Ncuti Gatwa as its first black doctor (if we conveniently forget the Timeless Child twist)
BBC sets out northern agenda in annual plan

BBC sets out northern agenda in annual plan

BBC have complied the changes they plan to make in their annual plan
Strictly champion Giovanni Pernice cha chas back to Manchester

Strictly champion Giovanni Pernice cha chas back to Manchester

Strictly Come Dancing champion Giovanni Pernice finally brings his This is Me tour to the Bridgewater Hall
This Is Going to Hurt: A painfully funny adaptation

This Is Going to Hurt: A painfully funny adaptation

The gory insides of the NHS are exposed in this painfully funny adaptation of Adam Kay’s bestselling memoir.