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TV and radio

12 October 2016

The unspoken bigotry of the BBC’s diversity quotas

Giving ethnic minorities and women a leg-up is deeply patronising.

7 October 2016

Abortion and disability: it’s all about who decides

The only moral code we need on abortion is this: trust women.

22 September 2016

National Treasure: the showtrial of ageing celebs

This Yewtree-themed drama raises pressing questions about the post-Savile era.

3 June 2016

A Top Gear for our times

The post-Clarkson show is PC, inclusive and bland.

4 March 2016

Father Jack: ‘feck off’ to the anti‑fun police

Let’s raise a glass of Toilet Duck to the foulmouthed priest.

13 January 2016

Making a Murderer: an uncertain truth

The latest Netflix series shows the crucial importance of doubt.

7 January 2016

Mansplaining: an affront to universalism

The feminists hating on Sherlock need to get a grip and read some history.

16 December 2015

Peep Show: sitcom for a rootless generation

The final episode will no doubt leave Mark and Jez right where we found them.

16 October 2015

Germany: the new sick man of Europe

If the French are saying your country's in crisis, you know you're in trouble.