Latest TV Features

Doctor Who and faith: bigger on the inside

Nathan Paylor Feature Sep 30, 2014

With series 8 referencing 'heaven', Nathan traces Doctor Who's varied relationships with atheism and faith...

Lost: 10 years on

Gem Wheeler Feature Sep 26, 2014

A decade after Lost first came to our screens, Gem goes back to the island...

Doctor Who: Steven Moffat’s mysterious female characters

Louisa Mellor Feature Sep 25, 2014

Missy is only the latest in a series of enigmatic women characters that Steven Moffat has teased us with in Doctor Who…

The strangest sci-fi universes in pre-school TV

Chris Farnell Feature Sep 24, 2014

From Q Pootle 5 to Igam Ogam, Chris talks us through some of the weirdest science fictional worlds in TV for the under-fives...

What we learned visiting the set of Peaky Blinders series 2

Juliette Harrisson Feature Sep 23, 2014

In May, Juliette went on the set of superlative BBC 2 gangster drama Peaky Blinders to see what series 2 has in store...

Competition: find the zombie, win a prize!

Den Of Geek Feature Sep 22, 2014

To celebrate the upcoming release of Life After Beth, we've got a competition for you...

Timey-wimey, psychic paper, and Doctor Who's get-out clauses

Simon Brew Feature Sep 18, 2014

Is it a problem for Doctor Who to skate over explanations using Sonic screwdrivers and catchphrases, or just sensible time-saving?

The evolution of the TV virus thriller

Louisa Mellor Feature Sep 17, 2014

As Guillermo del Toro’s The Strain comes to the UK, we look back at how TV’s virus thrillers have mutated over the decades…

The books behind today's TV horror resurgence

Becky Lea Feature Sep 15, 2014

From The Strain to Penny Dreadful, Hannibal and more, we celebrate some of the books behind TV’s golden age of horror…

E4’s Glue: reinvigorating the murder mystery

Louisa Mellor Feature Sep 11, 2014

Why E4’s crime mystery Glue, starting on the 15th of September, is more than just ‘Skins on tractors’…

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