Borgen

Inspired by the British series of the same name, this political thriller is now in its fifth season.  Michael Kelly, who
Rather like Birgitte Nyborg, the fictional prime minister in the Danish drama Borgen, Thorning-Schmidt has been staging a political fight back. Over the last few months, she's gained ground on her main opponent, Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
Nordic Noir favourite Pilou Asbaek – currently starring in Danish epic historical drama ‘1864’ – is relieved that his director
Soren co-starred with Sidse Babett Knudsen in hit political drama 'Borgen' “I read an interview with the American author
The British and Danish debates about Europe have much in common - concerns about migration (read 'benefit tourism'), a sense of threatened national identity, and the division of national and EU powers (to opt in or to opt out, that is the question) - but the tone and direction differ enormously.
David Cameron has fired a shot across the bow of the BBC demanding the Corporation produce more home-grown dramas and comedies
Who we choose to rule over us, and why, is a perennial and essential question for all of us. And so is the canvas of power for drama in a real life world where men and women strive to rise, rule and control the destiny of a nation. And then fall like Lucifer.
For its 100th episode, 'Midsomer Murders' branched out beyond its usual home county hedgerows and got as far as… Denmark
The Autumn Statement, which morphed into a mini-budget some time ago, is an opportunity for the chancellor to offer some red meat to a restless party whilst also setting the stage for Budget 2014, which will lock down the coalition's economic narrative ahead of the general election.