In 1978, Cedric Messina persuaded the British Broadcasting Corporation to take on the task of filming the whole canon of William Shakespeare's plays for television, under the title The Complete Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare.
"If everyone is extraordinary, then no one is extraordinary"
Created for the radio in 1936 by 'Lone Ranger' inventor George W. Trendle and writer Fran Striker, the Green Hornet first appeared on our screens in 1940. In this article we chart the history of the series from its early beginnings up to the new millennium.
Onome Okwuosa reveals the facts of the fiction in creating the hit TV series Downton Abbey.
A wry look at TV chefs, cookery shows and soggy omelettes.
Andrew Cobby remembers an all-time classic music-hall sketch that shows no sign of dating.
"Flirtatious by nature, she was all woman and she knew it."
Another delve into daytime television in which Andrew Cobby looks at art programmes and asks - whatever happened to art for art's sake?
Andrew Cobby looks back at the golden age of snooker on the box.
For 30 years ITV's principal sports presenter and football commentator, to a generation of fans, there was "only one Brian Moore!"