This week’s theme was love lost and found, but among the romance there was also some deeply unpleasant torture porn
JJ Abrams’s second voyage with Kirk and Spock reduces Gene Roddenberry’s original mission statement to a tiresome showdown between good and evil
We love Olivia Colman even more than we thought, the BBC is still the daddy in broadcasting – and toilet breaks tell you more about the television industry than you’d imagine
TV awards also go to host Graham Norton, Channel 4′s Paralympics coverage, Michael Palin and Clare Balding
The same daredevil spirit that has informed many an apparently insane film or TV version over the past decade has seen adaptations of literary novels
Devoting equal time to hunter and hunted, Gillian Anderson stars in this gripping psychological thriller
The director took some flak after his first Trek film by admitting he wasn’t a fan of the TV series. Now, back with another one, does he regret what he said? And what plans does he have for his first Star Wars movie?
JJ Abrams’ new Trek instalment is as glitzy as his first, but it’s the arrival of Benedict Cumberbatch as a mysterious new foe that fuels this outing for the Enterprise
As events become progressively darker, we are reminded again that the penalties for failure in this world are extremely harsh
His role in House made him the highest-paid actor ever in a TV drama, but with a new album out this week Laurie is keen to follow his real love
Gentle rural crime drama ‘has beaten everything the competition can come up with’ on Saturday nights for 12 years
We learned a lot about a number of characters in this well-paced episode, especially Jaime Lannister. But is time running out for Robb to save the day?
How did JMW Turner make such fine sunsets? With science and an eye for all that was going on around him
Revenge – both past and to come – was emblazoned through this episode in an orgy of epic style
Richard Williams was a pioneer of hand-drawn animation, working on films such as The Pink Panther and Who Framed Roger Rabbit. But perhaps his most enduring work is his masterclass, The Animator’s Survival Kit
What if US history had followed a different path? There’d have been no cold war, no Vietnam and no Afghanistan, as controversial director Oliver Stone aims to show in his new 10-part television study