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!
With more snap than a gingerbread man it was Biscuit Week. Chillies, 3D biscuit scenes and a controversy over shop-bought fondant icing proved that this was more than just a baking show.
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.
Gary Couzens has reviewed the Region 2 release of Doctor Who: Lost in Time, a compilation of eighteen "orphaned" episodes from otherwise missing stories starring William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton. Plenty of fascinating material and some very fine episodes (and some duds), which is most likely to appeal to the committed fan than to the newcomer.
The final season of The Killing is here. Six hours to wrap things up.
Post-apocalyptic teen drama. Could be better than it sounds!
Laughs, tears, and a lot of emotions - Orange Is The New Black has it all.
Channel 4's long running business show returns, but should it be delving deeper into the companies underlying problems?
The first season of Penny Dreadful is over. Did the final two episodes leave us basking in the light of televisual prowess? Or disavowed from the demimonde?
The Auction House maybe a short series, but it's a fascinating glimpse into an eccentric world of antiques and questionable taste
It’s a bumper edition of the Penny Dreadful reviews this week, as both episodes five, Closer than Sisters and six, What Death Can Join Together, prove to be the best yet.
A great show deserves a great finale - and that's exactly what it got.
Channel 4 delivers another episode of the best doc on TV, guaranteed to reduced the hardest of viewers to tears.
The finale to beat all finale's? Looks like it.
Mary Portas has left the high street behind and turned her attention to getting the OAP's of Great Britain back into the workplace.
The world's favourite airline opens its doors to a TV crew, but does it let us all the way in?
Fargo returns to the ways of chaos - and those ways are very good indeed.
It's been a couple of weeks since season one of Agents Of SHIELD finished on UK TV. Looking back, did the TV spin off of the Marvel cinematic universe live up to our expectations?
BBC Three's acclaimed Zombie drama In the Flesh finishes its' second season in fine style. With edge of the seat scenes and real poignant human drama, is this BBC Three's finest hour of television?
From orgies to orchids, this week's Penny Dreadful has a serious bash at some decent character development.
Everything is in place for the end of the season - but where will the pieces fall?
Is there still a place on TV for talent shows, or has Britain's Got Talent had it's day?
A much happier valley now?