As the summer (what summer?) draws to an end, it can only mean one thing: that a raft of excellent new dramas will be heading to your screens. The Recs takes a look at the TV dramas that you shouldn’t miss in Autumn 2021
Spotify and other streaming services are under pressure to pay musicians and songwriters fairly following a new report by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Parliamentary Committee. The Recs looks at the implications for the music industry.
A sensational line-up of music, cabaret and theatre shows destined for Edinburgh until the pandemic hit finds a new London home at Above The Stag.
Murder at the Seaview Hotel is author Glenda Young’s confident first step into the world of cozy crime.
The new digital production of The Picture of Dorian Gray brings Oscar Wilde’s Gothic tale bang up to date with a tense and stylish adaptation.
Fiona Bevan’s intriguing take on the Cyndi Lauper classic, Time After Time, is The Recs’ Music on Monday choice for this week.
The Act is British short film that explores the life of a gay man in 1965 featuring moving performances by Samuel Barnett and Simon Lennon.
Oprah’s keenly-anticipated interview with Harry and Meghan airs tonight. Will it create the same shockwaves as Diana’s Panorama revelations did 26 years ago?
A smash hit in 1979, Gary Numan’s first hit single took everyone by surprise – not least its singer!
The Recs investigates the story of Are ‘Friends’ Electric?
The Masked Singer has been a huge hit for ITV with the Series 2 final