The compassionate quality of attention that Care and Black Daisies pay to their elderly subjects remind us of the care which NHS employees wish they could provide, but rarely can.
ITV’s adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray’s Vanity Fair draws parallels between the trivialities of Regency England and the vainities of today’s social media age.
Despite the ubiquitous perfect bikini bodies and ripped abs, ITV2’s Love Island actually reveals how its viewers desire authenticity
Criticisms of ITV’s Love Island for promoting unrealistic physical perfection tend to focus on how this puts pressure on women. But men also suffer from such unattainable expectations.
The BBC’s remake of its 1969 documentary series Civilisation was always going to be ripe for criticism. The mind-boggling breadth of the new version makes for difficult viewing, but it also introduces many great works of art.