State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
More about this topic
Booming UK film industry threatened by skill shortages
More about this topic
False claims of election fraud spread in France after 'computer error'
Social media users have falsely claimed that the second-round vote was marred by "fraud".
Dutch prosecutors confirm Voice of Holland sexual misconduct probe
Four men are under investigation linked to five reports received from women in the country's first major #MeToo scandal earlier this year.
'Killing Eve' angers fans by resurrecting 'Bury Your Gays' trope
Fans were annoyed at the death of Villanelle, seeing her demise as a continuation of a trope as old as time.
Who is the most boring type of person in the world?
According to the new study by The University of Essex, the dullest hobbies were deemed to be religion, watching TV, bird watching and smoking.
What is real and what is fake in new Netflix drama 'Inventing Anna'?
The Shonda Rhimes-produced Netflix hit is making headlines for its punchy, powerful drama surrounding socialite con artist Anna Sorokin's fall from grace.
The 'Avengers of Hip Hop': Dr. Dre & co's electric Super Bowl set
Over 100 million people are expected to have tuned in to a nostalgic celebration of America's vibrant history of hip hop music.
Zendaya defends Euphoria against 'glorifying' drug use criticisms
'Euphoria' lead actress says the HBO series encourages empathy and helps viewers with their own battles.
Oscar nominations 2022: Seven things you need to know
Campion makes history, Gaga's House of Gucci doesn't, Kristen Stewart is unsnubbed and Europe lays claim to Best International Film.
'I'm not much of a saint': Pope Francis makes TV talk show debut
The pope appeared remotely in an hour-long segment from his home in the Vatican, weighing in on the migrant crisis and his 'few but true' close friends.
'Dune' dominates BAFTAs with 11 nods: The nominations list in full
The 75th annual British Academy Film Awards will take place on 13 March at London's Royal Albert Hall. Here is the list of films that nominated this year.
Vatican condemns 'profane' faux baptism performance at Italy's Sanremo
A bishop spoke out after a performance at San Remo music festival featured a mock baptism. The performer insists it was a tribute to his mother.
Eurovision Song Contest 2022: Mika announced as a co-presenter
Eurovision 2022 will be hosted in Turin, Italy this spring with the singer confirmed to be one of three hosts.
Whoopi Goldberg suspended after controversial Holocaust remarks
The presenter claimed that the Holocaust was "not about race" during a conversation on the banning of a book about Nazi death camps on her show, The View.
Meet the Bosnian 'Viking' living as his favourite fictional character
Escaping his life as a builder in Germany, Stipe Pleic decided to return to his hometown in Bosnia and live life as a viking.
'Pam and Tommy': the story of the most infamous sex tape ever made
'Pam and Tommy' uncovers the story behind Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee's infamous sex tape, a defining moment in 90s popular culture. But what can fans expect from its fictionalisation?
César Awards Nominations announced for 2022
The 47th edition of France's biggest night in film takes place next month – which films can you expect to be taking home the trophies?
'Secrets of Playboy': The docuseries exposing Hefner's dark empire
Zeitgeisty and refreshing or dark and manipulative? This 10-part docuseries lifts the lid on the story of Playboy from the women that experienced it.
Golden Globes to go ahead with no television coverage or audience
Once a Hollywood institution, the ceremony will also be audience-free due to a rise in the Omicron variant across the US.
Why Ukrainian politicians are fighting Netflix over 'Emily in Paris'
The Netflix hit has fielded some anger from Ukrainian people over it's caricature-laden inclusion of Petra in the show's second season.
Slow TV: 'Puppy Live' and the comforts of longform, unedited viewing
Crackling fires, train rides, and now puppy births – rolling 24/7 television streams of nature's most simple events have got millions of Finnish people tuning in to unwind.
Former Netflix executive jailed for taking bribes from tech companies
Michael Kail is behind bars for two and a half years after taking almost half a million in 'kickbacks' whilst overseeing operations at the streaming platform.
Final series of Money Heist debuts on Netflix: 5 things to know
As Álex Pina's crime thriller continues to grab the attention of viewers old and new, here are five things you need to know about the show as it reaches its conclusion.
World AIDS Day: Television shows, podcasts, and plays that educated us
Here are some of culture's most crucial offerings that helped us gain awareness of the plight of HIV and AIDS sufferers worldwide.
Squid Game creator gives seal of approval to Mr.Beast's remake
Showrunner Hwang Dong-hyuk was quizzed on MrBeast's multi-million dollar online remake as Squid Game took home its first major US accolade.
SATC and the TV characters written out of shows for strange reasons
Whether it’s cast conflicts, contract disputes or actors looking for success beyond the confines of a character, how do TV shows handle hasty on-screen exits? Samantha in SATC is just the tip of the iceberg...
'Call My Agent!' stuns International Emmys with Comedy Series win
The French series surrounding a fictional talent agency has blown up internationally as a result of being platformed on Netflix.