News & Features

Small-Screen Jabber 13-19 August

It’s another week of wall to wall sport, with virtually all non-sport shows wiped off BBC1 and BBC4 and little escape on BBC2 either.

No Man's Sky: first impressions

Hello Games’ original, innovative space-exploration extravaganza is a technical tour de force which has been much hyped. Early indications suggest it lives up to that – as long as you crave contemplative, gentle gameplay rather than in-your-face action

Slammer Jabber August 11

This week Slammer Jabber takes a look at things bubbling along nicely for Summerslam, plus why one MMA fighter has a number of WWE performers all riled up, and much more

NFTS appoints Attenborough in Paradise producer

Highly experienced producer of wildlife documentaries and series, Paul Reddish, has been appointed to run the National Film and Television School MA in Directing Natural History and Science

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We Happy Few

Welcome to Wellington Wells, a groovy kind of town, as long as you keep taking your pills and don't think too hard about the past

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Small-Screen Jabber 6-12 August

It's Olympics time again, and the BBC has effectively wiped everything off BBC1 and BBC4 for the next fortnight

Slammer Jabber August 4

Here comes this week's Slammer Jabber, your look at everything big in the world of Pro Wrestling (and sometimes MMA) from the past seven days

Small-Screen Jabber 30 July – 5 August

Sharp-eyed readers may have already spotted TV is having a 1966 moment – it’s 50 years, after all, since that year marked a number of cultural and sporting upheavals.

Finding Dory co-director Angus MacLane visits NFTS

Finding Dory co-director Angus MacLane visits NFTS: “This is the most fun I’ve had all week!”

IMAX releases new countdown for Suicide Squad

To mark the upcoming release of Suicide Squad, IMAX has created a new customised countdown