Film & TV.
Where have all the comedies gone?
Rhys Thompson asks why few comedy programmes are being made, while repeats continue to be enjoyed by millions
An award-winning documentary provides an eyewitness depiction of the Egyptian revolution. Rosemary Collins reviews
TV Review: Gotham Series 1 Episodes 11 and 12: ‘Rogues’ Gallery’ and ‘What the Little Bird Told Him’
The Batman prequel series returns with a trip to Arkham Asylum. Niall Whitehead reviews
Are we in danger of emptying our oceans of fish? Rosemary Collins talks to the York students behind a new film shedding light on the subject
After years of tabloid outrage and scandal, could a “dust-up” between Jeremy Clarkson and a BBC producer over dinner spell the end for Top Gear? Rhys Thompson considers the options
This week on Gotham: things happen, many of which are similar to previous things, says Niall Whitehead
Is this the most gruesome death ever on The Walking Dead? Liam Dooley reviews a tense episode
This British honour killing drama is a bleak and brutal Yorkshire western, says Sophie Worning
Controversial documentary India’s Daughter shows how entrenched violence against women is in the world’s second largest nation. Amy Bishop reviews
Who are the mysterious group outside Alexandria? Liam Dooley reviews as The Walking Dead builds up to a dramatic series finale
A star-studded cast all get their moment to shine in the second instalment of the charming film series about elderly Brits in India, says Katy Sandalls
The characters are facing culture shock on this week’s The Walking Dead. Liam Dooley reviews
Gemma Horton celebrates the twisty Washington corruption drama… and its anti-heroine, Olivia Pope