Channel 4 Articles
Bake Off is Back
Britain’s favourite baking show is back and already proving (no pun intended) to be an enthralling watch
Boris, Dorries and their motley crew are here to take public broadcasting away from you
The planned privatisation of Channel 4 has caused many to compare views on whether they believe this to be good or bad
What to watch: Our top TV picks for April
From comedy dramas to superhero charmers here’s a list of our top Tv picks for April
#BeMoreJill: An example of LGBTQ+ allyship
A discussion of LGBTQ+ allyship in the context of the hit Channel 4 show, It’s a Sin
It’s a Sin: Youth, freedom and AIDS in 1980s London
Channel 4’s newest series, It’s a Sin, is a compelling portrait of 1980s gay youth, sexual freedom and the beginnings of HIV epidemic
The Circle: A Surprising Piece of Performance Art
Chess Bradley considers Channel 4’s the Circle as a piece of performance art that experiments with perception in the digital age
Leeds chosen for Channel 4’s new HQ over Manchester
The broadcaster has also chosen Bristol and Glasgow to house two new creative hubs
Should the BBC be funded by the tax payer?
With its recent changes and historical significance seemingly in conflict, is it time to rethink the BBC’s funding?
The BBC’s Olympics deal & the changing face of sports broadcasting
Innovative approaches to TV rights are keeping major events on free-to-air TV
Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain: A peep behind the writing
With the seminal series Peep Show drawing to a conclusion, Joe Evans sits down with the show’s writers to discuss success, comedy, Manchester, and just ‘doing it’
Does the UK need to change its “Benefits Culture”?
After the controversy surrounding Channel 4’s ‘Benefits Street’, Alice Rigby and Emily Thomas debate the attitude towards benefits claimants in the UK
‘No one has touched this since the Young Ones’
Student life in Manchester inspired a new comedy show.