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The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies Subscription

27 November 2014

Roger Michell faced ethical as well as artistic issues in dramatising the vilification of an innocent eccentric questioned over a murder, he tells Richard Howells

Treme: the best TV series no one is watching Subscription

6 November 2014

This remarkable ensemble piece exploring the rebuilding in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina deserves a bigger viewership, writes Emma Rees

Mad, bad and dangerous to know: TV’s anti-heroes Subscription

17 July 2014

From Walter White to Dexter Morgan, what lies behind our fascination with imperfect heroes? asks Murray Smith

Sherlock Holmes: a very British superhero Subscription

2 January 2014

The 21st-century reincarnation of Arthur Conan Doyle’s creation is our version of Superman, argues Fern Riddell

Count Arthur Strong Subscription

4 July 2013

Gary Day welcomes the master of malapropism to a screen with a scale that matches his talent: small

Selling the dream

17 January 2013

TV series dramatising the rise of department stores highlight a turning point in consumer culture, as entrepreneurs seduced female shoppers into becoming part of the bourgeois set

Freud and Marx: when they met, it was murder Subscription

6 September 2012

TV detective shows express a great deal about the nature of society and the human psyche, argues Gary Day

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