With International Women's Day earlier this month, there was a chance to celebrate women: but there are still some women who are forgotten about around the world. TV writer Ella Downing talks about recent BBC documentary 'India's Daughter' and why we should spare a thought for these women.
Broadchurch series 2 was heavily anticipated when it returned to our screens - but it was also heavily scrutinised by viewers for not matching the standard of series 1. Critic Matt McCrory explores whether the finale proved the show to be a hit or more of a miss.
It was a week of live episodes and flashbacks, promising to end the everlasting mystery of who killed Lucy Beale. But did Eastenders Live Week do itself justice? Nancy Turner and Lauren Andrews battle it out with their opposing opinions.
Written by Lauren Andrews & Redbrick on 14th March 2015
It's one of the best annual events in the UK for both music and televised entertainment, and always gets the public talking. Writer Daisy Holden explores whether the BRITs' 35th ceremony will go down in history for all the right reasons or if it was more of a Samantha Fox style disaster.
After the success of Benefits Street, Channel 4 bring us a new controversial, real-life series in Immigration Street. TV Critic Ella Downing explores the handling of the immigration issue and whether the documentary got it right.