Kenneth Clark has been unfairly accused of elitism; he wanted to democratise the glories of Western art and make it available to all

Sir Simon Milton is one of the men who destroyed London

One hundred years on from the founding of the BBC, David Hendy speaks about how history has shaped the corporation

TV adaptations have masked the complexity and skill of Agatha Christie

How the internet killed pop culture

Sex and the City’s sequel is more mini-lecture series than TV drama

The story of Margaret Campbell’s divorce, as seen on TV

My formative years and future
tastes in all things were formed by
1950s and 1960s television,

Long live the golden age of British television, when great actors imbued classic roles with risky, multifaceted complexity

Adam LeBor on two TV series that are set in border regions, that feature engaging female characters and that are beautifully filmed