Following the letdown of the new adaptation of The Pursuit of Love, Alexander Larman says that TV dramatisations of classic novels haven’t always been this bad

As the BBC’s adaptation of The Pursuit of Love begins, Alexander Larman questions whether the new dramatisation will do justice to Nancy Mitford’s 1945 novel

It doesn’t take the minds of AC-12’s finest to see the parallels between our own political climate and the nation’s favourite police drama

TV has become a branch of the pharmaceutical industry doling out heavy sedatives

Once the BBC has finished buttering up the North, how about promoting the West? asks Roland White

As Line of Duty now seems mired in the complexity of its own backstory, Alexander Larman asks if on-screen plots have become too complicated for us to enjoy

The increasingly partisan ways of the New York Times is setting an agenda that UK media outlets like the BBC appear unable to resist

An apparent uptick in public interest about the British Army in Iraq includes a dramatic rendition of the Battle of Danny Boy and its aftermath

I would cavil at the curse of the presenter monologue, tending to sway the audience one way or the other, reveals Anne McElvoy

The BBC’s new recruitment campaign for the Proms shows a clear disregard for its classical origins