News algorithms that allow you to hear only the news you want to hear carry profound disadvantages
New BBC2 science series gets better when David Attenborough's anointed heir comes down to earth
Forget 15-minute meals and school health drives. Jamie's Comfort Food is all about guilty pleasures
Calling time on the bell-boys, housemaids and even the guests at the Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai
The answer to the question 'Is meat bad for you?' remains the same – Yes and No
Drama of a young man's refusal to join a British deserter's firing squad makes memorable TV
Move from BBC1 to BBC2 need not have scared fans: it remains as light and playful as spun sugar
BBC2's unexpected hit series reveals just how much Edinburgh and London have in common
Utopia retains a robust attitude towards violence as befits a drama with comic-book aesthetics
It's a story of missing clicks as social networking changes how we access news on the run
Maggie Gyllenhaal displays an impeccable English accent and cool charisma in new BBC2 drama
Sandy Toksvig-narrated programme fails to ask why housing has never been so unaffordable
Too old to play in the World Cup, Becks sets off for the jungle. But is he really tired of fame?
BBC2's British Airways insight is a bit of a letdown – especially for those who fly in the cheap seats
In this revealing documentary, tobacco chiefs seem disturbingly reasonable in their pursuit of profit
Tonight's Horizon launches a new Longitude Prize to tackle the world's great problems
Twitter was once a network of equals - now it's dividing into a performing class and an audience
Kirsty Wark documentary addresses online abuse but fails to tackle the witless misogynists
The Rev Adam Smallbone may displease fundamentalists, but he’s the perfect priest for a post-Christian nation
Two new websites seek to interpret the news rather than just report it – but will it be profitable?
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