Now that news of China’s lies is beginning to seep out, will it make a difference? Will there even be corrections? Don’t count on it.
In illustrating examples of bureaucratic connivance and mismanagement, ‘Yes Minister’ provided generations of viewers much enjoyment and a subtle way of holding government to account.
The recently deceased actor’s work as Bernard Woolley in ‘Yes, Minister’ and its successor ‘Yes, Prime Minister’ was indispensable to the greatest political show on earth.
A writer for the BBC franchise ‘Dr. Who’ says his story was cancelled over a tweet critical of the trans movement. It displays a growing and troubling cowardice.
Naomi Wolf’s lack of understanding and subsequent inaccurate portrayal of history has broad ramifications for how we regard academic works and new views on history.
Before finding public fame through ‘Civilisation,’ Kenneth Clark was a well-known art critic and youngest-ever director of London’s National Gallery.
‘Watership Down’ is both a deeply, fantastically imagined mythology, and an epic adventure story full of thrills and hair-breadth escapes whose appeal to all ages will never stale.
In a bizarre tweet and video, the British Broadcasting System advocates eliminating our recognition of sex differences. It’s a terrible idea.
Warring camps of employee activists at Google exemplify the dysfunction of our political climate and the rise of tribalism in American life.
The BBC flatly rejected a previous attempt to erect a statue in 2011, on the grounds that Orwell was too left-wing. Irony is now officially dead.
The PBS series features superb acting, dramatic narrative twists, and, surprisingly, a consistent affirmation of conservative principles.
Every man needs a best friend, and it’s not a dog. Doing so makes men and the world better. ‘Detectorists’ depicts such a friendship between two working-class British blokes.
‘Harry Potter’ and ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ actor Robert Hardy was a timeless performer who studied under J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis.
Let’s just pause the vitriol and political drama, and instead enjoy some cakes, puns, and Mary Berry for the day.
The topic of the interview — the impeachment of Korean President Park Geun-hye — was interesting. But Robert Kelly’s children stole the show.
We live in an era of controversy, sensationalism, and ‘fake news.’ It could encourage more Americans to pay for high-quality journalism.
It’s no longer enough for Sherlock to have a clever case to solve. The creators seem pressured to shake up Sherlock’s universe every time out.
The second episode in Leah Remini’s series about the cult of Scientology shows just how far the religion’s leaders will go to destroy you.
The BBC recently asked 177 movie critics to list the greatest films of the twenty-first century. They have no idea what they’re talking about.
The chemistry of silly rivalry, mocking friendship, and unabashed glee between the three hosts of the BBC’s ‘Top Gear’ car show is irreplaceable.
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