After much hype and promise, Channel 4′s four-part drama Top Boy exploded on our screens to acclaim and applaud on Twitter. With strong performances from the entire cast, it’s only a shame the drama doesn’t have a full season length run
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Bridesmaids isn’t really a chick-flick or rom-com. It’s a superbly crafted comedy that everybody should see. If you really have to categorise it, then file under: Comedy
Meet The Adebanjo’s may mark a watershed moment in Black British television programme making. But there is a story behind the triumph which must be told for the full breadth of its majesty to shine
We’ve been watching BBC’s The Apprentice for several years now, and every year we ask ourselves the same question; why don’t they just Google it? So, why don’t they?
Film 4′s Films For Life season is a selection of films everybody should see. Fight Club, Trading Places, The Italian Job, Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind, The Godfather and Hunger to name just a few.
Adam Deacon’s urban comedy, Anuvahood is in cinemas today. It heralds a break away from the predictable UK urban gangster film and I hope it succeeds
The Big Questions on BBC One fits the easily digestible panel-floor format and makes good curled-up beneath the duvet Sunday morning TV