Doctor Who certainly delivered the chills this week, but did it make a whole lot of sense?
From hotels to family businesses, the formidable Alex Polizzi is out to prove she is a dragon worthy of a place in the den.
A new reality star is born in the shape of 71 year old Nancy Ashmawy, an OAP you would be happy to travel the world with.
Zoo, zoo, zoo, going to the zoo, zoo, zoo.
Swedish Princess Cake, Hungarian Dobos Torte and a voting controversy. It all went a bit Eurovision for European Cake Week on The Great British Bake Off
Two new ITV drama in one week? Not great news unfortunately.
Laughs a plenty as the Doctor and Clara head to Sherwood Forest. Is there another side to this dark Doctor?
Pastry, tasty fillings and enough innuendo to reignite the Carry On franchise. Pies and Tarts Week on The Great British Bake Off
How did the new Doctor fare in his first encounter with the Daleks? And are we any closer to understanding his motivations yet?
Puddings, Tiramisu and the controversy that will forever be known as ‘BinGate’. Dessert Week on The Great British Bake Off
With a change in style and a very new Doctor, did Deep Breath meet our expectations?
Rolls, filled loaves and the dreaded 'r-word'. Week Three in The Great British Bake Off.
People rise up and destroy machines in this well-remembered BBC serial from 1975.
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