The Food Programme: How We Eat: Living Alone IS it dinner, supper or tea in the evening? People used to have dinner in the middle of the day and tea at night, or did you call that supper? It was a class thing.
The Vietnam War, BBC 4, Monday at 10pm I think we all understand that war dehumanises, but rarely do you hear it explained so clearly as by one American soldier in the brilliant Vietnam War documentary.
Pokken Tournament DX (Switch) By: Nintendo IN THE mid-90s, Tekken was the Buckfast and Wotsit-smeared jewel in every student's PlayStation collection, spinning proudly in Sony's new doo-dad as it brought arcade pugilism to the masses in a way not seen since Street Fighter.
OF ALL the participants featured on Channel 4's unlikely 'watching people watching telly'-based hit Gogglebox, eccentric middle-class couple Giles and Mary are definitely among the most memorable thanks to their deadpan manner, eclectic fashion sense and shabby chic decorating aesthetic.
Sunday Sequence Radio Ulster Five Poems I Wish I Had Written Radio 3 Sunday Sequence featured just one of a series of moving tributes to BBC and former Irish News journalist Seamus Kelters who died recently.
Reformation: Europe’s Holy War, BBC 2, Tuesday at 9pm You knew straight away it was going to be a good one when the continuity announcer introduced it as David Starkey’s “very personal opinion” of the Reformation.
Dishonored: Death of the Outsider (Multi) By: Bethesda BILLED as the conclusion to Dishonored, Death of the Outsider continues the recent trend of extra chapters to blockbuster franchises delivered as standalone experiences – this time for a recession-busting 15 sheets.
WINTER is coming – as is the critically acclaimed Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience featuring Ramin Djawadi, which promises to bring the music of Westeros to Dublin and Belfast when it tours next year.
How does it feel to be part of the Porridge reboot? Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais have brought Porridge back to life again with a brilliant script and it is a genuine honour to be involved in a show that is iconic in so many ways.