Steve Backshall, TV explorer and naturalist, comes to RNCM this weekend
We take a look behind the scenes at Fuse TV, which now features a wide-ranging portfolio of news programming, drunken debate, and comedy decoration
The broadcaster has also chosen Bristol and Glasgow to house two new creative hubs
The unmissable hit drama is among the BBC’s recent wave of sublime television-making and features top-rate acting that will keep us gripped to our screens
The Apprentice has turned stale and is unreflective of a healthy business climate; it should be axed
The boys are back in town. And in a similar vein to recent weeks, May and Hammond had the nation in stitches
The Night Of is a compelling study of the judicial system in post 9/11 New York
With the X-Factor being an autumn staple for over ten years, Kathryn Murray looks at what we can expect from the show’s style department
The Jeremy Kyle Show claims to help guests. How can a show whose website advertises the chance to “get your ex back” help anyone asks Robert Firth?
It’s been twenty years since he starred in his own programme and Alan Partridge is finally back the BBC in new six-part series This Time with Alan Partridge.
Your new drunken addiction is here, courtesy one of Fuse TV’s most exciting projects to date
The University of Manchester is through to the next round of the BBC’s University Challenge after defeating East London on the programme last week
Let down by its source material, Lyn Greene’s adaptation of Joël Dicker novel La Vérité sur l’Affaire Harry Quebert also fails to inspire, writes Adrian Kanyoli
Everyone loves Christmas adverts and can’t wait to watch them when they air on TV. Here’s Araddhna Patel on the potential reasons behind their success
Georgia Welch explores episode four of Charlie Brooker’s latest series of Black Mirror: San Junipero
The undead have taken the entertainment world by storm, but what is it that is so appealing about the zombie apocalypse?
Leanne Charlotte explores the importance of primetime television in portraying health issues to aid the public’s understanding of stigmatised illnesses