Third series takes a surprisingly upbeat turn, but the seeds of darkness have been planted
Channel 4 drama's 'particularly morbid plot' makes it even creepier than its Scandi-noir forebears
Medieval, Industrial, Aztec and Futuristic zones – as well as the Crystal Dome – coming to the capital
A murder is in store and the plot twists are stacked 'so precariously’ now they need only ‘a push'
Makers of Benefits Street were run out of town while they filmed a sequel about immigration
Critics cheer 'filthy and very funny' rom-com Catastrophe, which features two singles facing parenthood after a fling
Angry Channel 4 economics editor is 'sick' of banks behaving badly and calls for tougher regulation
Pyongyang calls the fictional thriller a 'politically motivated provocation' backed by Downing Street
Utopia retains a robust attitude towards violence as befits a drama with comic-book aesthetics
Harassment 'part of Westminster culture', with two in five young male workers propositioned
Logos rebranded with gay pride rainbow, while cabaret act sings 'good luck gays, on gay mountain'
Residents say TV company 'tricked' them into appearing in show that makes them look like 'spongers'
Manchester United boss shares media frustrations with Hacked Off campaigners
'So far we've seen two naked men. One has clearly been working out the way men just didn't then'
Host Mariella Frostrup insists Channel 4 show will promote 'mature discussion' about sex in Britain
Broadcaster says murder of drummer Lee Rigby informed decision to broadcast Islamic invocation
Officer says he was under 'constant pressure' to get evidence discrediting murdered youth and his friend
Contestants on Radio 5 Live were asked to argue: 'I'm pretty sure I could turn around Clare Balding'
What to look for when choosing your horse, and our tips for this year's race
BBC comedy chief reveals he is a big fan of Scottish comic's 'unique talent'