The BBC’s A House Through Time has left many of us wishing we could become domestic detectives. Find out how you can discover the secrets your house is hiding and unearth important clues to your house’s own history and previous inhabitants.
Norwich tattoo parlour owner Reuben Youngblood has created an incredible chill-out area for his family in an underground water tank that was once part of a sewage works in Sea Palling - George Clarke will feature the build on Channel 4 this week
Movies that tell a good story and have engaging characters provide that all-important re-watch value necessary for a great film. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies which may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.
From Richard Attenborough’s excellent Young Winston (1972) to Jonathan Teplitzky’s Churchill (2017), Winston Churchill has been the subject of countless historical dramas and biopics that have dealt with various stages of the near-mythical figure’s life.
The BBC and Netflix are teaming up to bring us a big-budget drama about the Trojan War and the love affair between Paris and Helen later this year - but let’s get excited about it RIGHT NOW. Wooden horses! Battles! Omens! Sandals without socks!
The new BT ‘Moments’ advertisement shows a mother being video-called on the bus by her husband who wants her to see their baby’s first steps. Couldn’t he have waited so they could have watched her together? Does EVERYTHING need to be immediate?
Darkest Hour tells the story of Winston Churchill in the early days of the war. It also features a remarkable portrayal by an almost unrecognisable Gary Oldman. But how does it compare to the many others who have played him?
Suffolk’s Elveden Hall, near Bury St Edmunds, has a long relationship with the big screen including Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut. Now it is gracing our cinema screens again in Ridley Scott’s All The Money In The World.
Falling in love is all about the timing - which is the premise of this full-of-heart, laugh-out-loud British sitcom, about a man with an STI who needs to contact all his former partners. Doesn’t sound romantic? I promise you, it is. Series three just dropped on Netflix.
Hard Sun has it all - an apocalyptic plot, two maverick cops hiding secret sorrows, hackers, hacktivists, affairs, family blow-ups (literally), violence and a hotel room with an en suite Crime Scene Lair
Writer and director Scott Cooper follows the success of moving drama Crazy Heart (2009) and hard-bitten crime thrillers Out of the furnace (2013) and Black Mass (2015) with arresting and haunting western Hostiles.
Do you know your mucker from your craic? Your slabber from your dose? Get up to speed with Derry Girls slang before the sharp new sitcom set in the 1990s starts on Channel 4 - think The Inbetweeners in The Troubles with eyeliner
That’s right, honey, Will and Grace are back and - more to the point - so is boozehound and codeine fairy Karen Walker with her trademark acid tongue. Hooray! Let’s take a look at the wisdom of Walker.
At first glance Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle could be dismissed as a desperate bid to cash in on the franchise potential of Joe Johnston’s much loved Jumanji (1995) and its 2005 follow-up Zathura: A Space Adventure.