The US president dominates the news cycle like no one before him
After producing a ‘mammy dinner’, the former favourite for the title is sent packing
Lena Dunham’s Girls, complete with uneroticised nudity, awkward sex and millennial angst, is back
It would be nice to take Billions as a leering satire on the new Masters of the Universe, but next to the real thing is small potatoes
An economically suffering Britain falls under the influence of fascist rule. Thankfully nothing as unsettling as the BBC’s gripping alternative history could happen in reality. Wait a minute . . .
Dayl Cronin is the first celebrity to hit the perfect score – but not everyone fared so well on switch-up night as the dreaded dance-off looms
A round-up of the best of what’s on TV this week
Anti-Semitic messages have been found in the videos of one of YouTube’s ‘Let’s Play’ stars. So how child-friendly are the hugely popular vloggers?
The 24-year-old French author didn't read until he was 17. But his incendiary portrait of his upbringing, among a routinely racist, sexist and homophobic French cohort of heavy drinkers, has become a publishing sensation
To be young now is to be hounded for personal data in exchange for trinkets and services
There is no chorus sung, but the singer definitely has the last word in the kitchen
This documentary purports to examine what Russian hooligans plan for the World Cup when it’s on their home turf. But instead it gets seduced by their self-inflated macho culture
Set in Tasmania, The Kettering Incident ought to be poles apart from the wanderlust mysteries we’ve become used to. So why does this moody work seem so familiar?
Missed the return of the ludicrous real-time, terrorist-chasing torture romp? Here is Patrick Freyne’s breathless minute-by-minute recap
Magazine bringing nudes back just a year after abandoning full frontal shots of women
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