Tag: Channel 4
The synthetics aren't happy
Benedict Seal submits 10 authors whose work would be ripe for an anthology series on the small screen...
Disappointing development for Freesat viewers
Becky Kukla reviews the first season of the Channel 4 / Netflix YA comedy drama.
The Great British Bake Off has reached the Quarter Final stage with Forgotten Bakes. Who's ever heard of a clanger, Rumnicky and a Savoy Cake anyway?
Pastry week so expect pies, tarts and the odd soggy bottom...
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Biscuit Week but whose fortune was in and whose was out?
The Great British Bake Off is back but on Channel 4. How much tinkering did they do with this much-loved British show?
In small-town Normandy, young policewoman Sandra Winckler teams up with retiree inspector Paul Maisonneuve on their oddest case yet - someone is digging up bodies from cemeteries and displaying them in show homes...
Indian Summers is an excellent, subtle show, dealing with complex personal and political themes as the British rule begins to lose grip in India.
Stinson Hunter hunts paedophiles online, but is he performing a public service or simply indulging in vigilantism?
Can't sing? Can't dance? What can you do? You can apply for Channel 4's new singing talent show. No experience (or talent) necessary!
The newest documentary from Channel 4 follows Royal Marine Commando recruits as they go through hell to get their Green Berets
Revisiting shows we really should have watched first time around.
Channel 4's long running business show returns, but should it be delving deeper into the companies underlying problems?
The Auction House maybe a short series, but it's a fascinating glimpse into an eccentric world of antiques and questionable taste