Television

Alexander Larman recalls the life and legacy of Paul Ritter, who has died at the age of 54

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

A Bergmanesque miasma of gloom hangs over every episode in this new Scandinavian thriller

The BAFTA film awards have seen plenty of diversity in recent years, but have gone down in film history as the least diverse film awards ever. Why?

T.V. show, The Repair Shop, is just what we need in these dark and fractured times, says Adam LeBor

If there is to be a Frasier revival, producers should learn from the mistakes of past spin-off shows

As crime dramas take over as the nation’s favourite television genre, Nigel Jones asks why we enjoy watching dramatic reenactments of sadistic murders

Adam Curtis’s six-part history of the modern imagination is an obituary for serious or even semi-serious television

If one judged the playwright solely on the film versions of his work, one might be forgiven for believing that he had never been particularly accomplished

Nigel Jones warns that cinematic portrayals of historical events and figures could alter how we understand the past