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The Peckham-born actor battles institutional racism and a disapproving father in Steve McQueen's 'Small Axe' anthology

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The 'Call Me By Your Name' director depicts teenage life on a US military base in a moving celebration of outsiderdom

German filmmaker Werner Herzog recommends five documentaries you have to watch

'The Mad Masters' is "arguably the best documentary ever made"

‘His Dark Materials’: inside James McAvoy’s ‘lost’ season two episode

Bafta-winning VFX supervisor Russell Dodgson explains why the series is shorter than planned

‘Ghosts’ has quietly become British telly’s best sitcom

This witty comedy about a group of squabbling spirits is must-watch TV

Meet Harry Lawtey – rising star of horny, new banker drama ‘Industry’

'Mad Men' meets 'Skins' in the BBC's sex-obsessed series about the sordid inner workings of finance

Horrified ‘Simpsons’ fans react to terrifying tribute dance on ‘Strictly’

"'The Simpsons' dance on 'Strictly' is one of the most horrifying things I’ve ever seen and I am very online"