Television

What made Neighbours so special? Let the superfans explain
TV

What made Neighbours so special? Let the superfans explain

As Neighbours ends after 37 years, our expert panel of a screenwriter, a soap specialist and a superfan explain why it will be so missed.

How Neighbours changed the world
TV

How Neighbours changed the world

As the show comes to an end we look back on the soap that breezed onto our daytime screens, drawing us into an exotic world of Aussie slang and eternal sunshine – and changing the face of British television forever.

Ricardo P Lloyd: ‘I want to see the industry celebrate Black talent instead of pushing actors out’
Culture

Ricardo P Lloyd: ‘I want to see the industry celebrate Black talent instead of pushing actors out’

Rather than wait until I am more established to speak out, I’m risking my own career to empower future generations, says the actor.

The Odd Throuple: Only Murders In The Building is back with a triumphant second season
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The Odd Throuple: Only Murders In The Building is back with a triumphant second season

‘I hope young activists will take heart’: Sir Nick Partridge on Aids: The Unheard Tapes
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‘I hope young activists will take heart’: Sir Nick Partridge on Aids: The Unheard Tapes

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‘Sherwood is important. It forces people to remember that the political is personal’
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‘Sherwood is important. It forces people to remember that the political is personal’

‘Glastonbury is like Disneyland – when you’re there, you don’t really think of the outside world’ 
Culture

‘Glastonbury is like Disneyland – when you’re there, you don’t really think of the outside world’ 

The Lazarus Project is about the near misses we’ve had with the end of the world, says writer Joe Barton
TV

The Lazarus Project is about the near misses we’ve had with the end of the world, says writer Joe Barton

The Derry Girls finale: sublime television – poignant, political and properly funny
TV

The Derry Girls finale: sublime television – poignant, political and properly funny

Doctor Who: Going back to the future with David Tennant and Catherine Tate heralds an exciting new era
Doctor Who

Doctor Who: Going back to the future with David Tennant and Catherine Tate heralds an exciting new era

This week’s Big TV: Conversations with Friends, Joe Wicks: Facing My Childhood, Floodlights
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This week’s Big TV: Conversations with Friends, Joe Wicks: Facing My Childhood, Floodlights

Outlander and A Discovery of Witches star Steven Cree: ‘These shows have the power to unite people’
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Outlander and A Discovery of Witches star Steven Cree: ‘These shows have the power to unite people’

John Simm: ‘I got rid of the music and clubbing and got into some proper serious drama’
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John Simm: ‘I got rid of the music and clubbing and got into some proper serious drama’

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Downton Abbey: A New Era – ‘It’s got such a big heart, this movie’
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Downton Abbey: A New Era – ‘It’s got such a big heart, this movie’

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