West Wing

Yes, thanks to the coverage of the Paralympic Games in London in 2012 and in Rio in 2016, we all watch and admire the paralympians, and I feel certain their extraordinary courage and prowess in the face of massive physical impairment inspires many people with disabilities. But, aside from 'Clarissa' (Liz Carr) flying the flag for UK disability, where is there a current disabled role model in drama or film?
Aaron Sorkin has penned a moving letter to his 15-year-old daughter following the election of Donald Trump, apologising for
Rob Lowe has finally revealed the secret behind his age-defying appearance. The 'Parks and Recreation' star somehow manages
Fans of Aaron Sorkin were delighted when it transpired the unique writing talents that created 'The West Wing' were going
David Cameron and Nick Clegg have been accused of planning a shake-up of the rules governing who ministers can hire so they
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.
Fans of The West Wing have waited a long time for this, but it's finally happened: the cast of The West Wing have reunited
He's not just a high-ranking mandarin, he's the President's most important counsellor and the mastermind behind two election victories. He's not just a middle-aged politician, he's a sage with a staff who have intense loyalty toward him. In short, everyone should have a Leo.
Last night saw a brand new series on BBC2,Pan Am, hoping to pick up an audience nostalgic for the saucy hemlines, cherry
When it comes to the powerful we care only about the pixilated version - we're not interested in the big picture.
Great writing, cast and production and, occasionally, naked breasts (looking at you, Game of Thrones) are all very well and good, but there are other less tangible common factors at play that end up being hallmarks of a quality show.