If The Invention Of Boris Johnson (Channel 4) was intended as a last-minute attempt to spike the Tory toff’s guns, well, good luck with that
He should be dead several times over, but Diego Maradona is somehow still with us. A compelling new documentary sifts through the wreckage of his dazzling, dizzying life and times
Revolting and riveting in equal measure, Leaving Neverland (Channel 4) went unavoidably heavy on ...
Shaun Ryder could hardly be described as a protest singer, but it’s impossible to miss the sociological subtext in a lot of these songs
Sport/memoir: George Best: A Memoir, By Michael Parkinson, Hodder & Stoughton, €17.95 Durin...
Many people took exception to Fifa’s decision to award the 2018 World Cup to Vladimir Putin’s Russia, but the huge country has responded by staging a well-organised, trouble-free festival of thrilling football. And with Qatar and 48 teams looming on the horizon, it might be the last good one we get to see for a long time, writes Jonathan O’Brien
Ireland’s Deep Atlantic (RTÉ 2) was a balm for tired eyes, an appealing vista of some of the most graceful creatures on the planet joyfully surging like huge grey torpedoes through oceans of the purest blue
When Michael Stone strafed Milltown Cemetery it seemed like the North was slipping into an even blacker darkness