Much-loved spy drama 'Spooks' could make the move to the big screen, with one of its stars revealing that there is a script
The UK distributors of Nordic Noir are no fools. Following our rapturous devotion to Sarah Lund and sadness at waving her
Tory MP Andrew Tyrie, chairman of the all-party group on rendition, said the Justice and Security Bill would make it more difficult to establish the truth about Britain's complicity in kidnap and torture and make us all less safe. I think he is right about that.
Richard Armitage, star of Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit', confesses he fell so much in love with New Zealand during his time
The BBC has not yet found its Spooks replacement. And it's no doubt been watching Homeland intently. Which is how we've ended
Miranda Raison admits that she was in awe of her co-star Toby Stephens when she first turned up on the set of Vexed, both
Missing your dose of British spy drama since the demise of Spooks? Fear not. The BBC have debuted the first trailer for Hunted
Of course, death in the TV world is as inevitable as it is in the real one, especially in soaps or in Spooks, where the mortality rate seems to be worryingly high. Especially on public holidays.
In the second part of this engrossing series, reporter Peter Taylor contented himself with asking of the modern security
We were told from the outset that no one in this programme could discuss specific operations, which was suitably thrilling