LONDON — Noel Fielding paused at a cartoon of Amy Winehouse. “I used to hang out with her,” he said, gazing at the sketch in the Cartoon Museum. “It’s so sad. God, if I’d died at 27, I would have missed
There are many things us British people struggle with — Brexit; the weather; saying anything other than "great" when the barber shows us our finished haircut — but making good TV shows is not one of them.
In the Long Run, series 2 episode 1 review: someone needs to have a word with Idris Elba about his career choices
Actor Idris Elba’s semi-autobiographical sitcom In the Long Run (Sky One) was back for a second series of nostalgic shenanigans. But warm-hearted though it was, the show sadly felt as dated as its Eighties
Catching Britain’s Killers: The Crimes That Changed Us, episode 2 review: an incredible story about how one mother changed
Ten-a-penny true-crime documentaries are worthwhile when they use murder not as a source of ghoulish titillation but as a lifting-off point to explore society and humanity. Catching Britain’s Killers:
The sofa has become the new fashion front row, with cult television shows such as Peaky Blinders, Fleabag and Stranger Things heavily influencing what consumers bought in the past year. The return of Birmingham