These are Royal times.
Twenty Twelve is an award-winning BBC comedy series, a mockumentary following the organisation of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Buckingham Palace stands sturdy and resolute as the centrepiece of episode 1 of The Queen's Palaces.
Gordon Jackson was a rock, who, with nothing more than strength of will and a robust Scottish accent, held the 1970s together.
This I ask you: what, and perhaps why, is a moor?
It is hard to understand why people - and sometimes supernatural beings - want to take over the world.
It was just last week, as I was enjoying a lavender-infused foot bath, that I asked Juan to get for me, from my extensive library, Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time.
Religion is something I take very seriously. I go for the Anglicans.
To the untrained eye, the Hooters International Swimsuit Pageant is an American ladies' beauty competition that has something to do with ladies' bosoms.
UKTV's new series This is Jinsy is a little bit Monty Python, a little bit The Goodies, a little bit Little Britain and a little bit League of Gentlemen.
There is a moment during the documentary Lost Airmen of Buchenwald that says something about the way men thought and spoke when in mortal danger back in the 1940s.
There are great conundrums in life, more baffling than simple issues like, say, the problem of infinite regression.
The North Island weta community has plenty of good reasons to dislike Bear Grylls.
It might surprise you to known how many words rhyme with Botox.
Perhaps the best, most definitely the strangest, take on superheroes has returned to television.
Old Age Mums is a television programme that delves into the ethically and morally grey area of women having children well past their menopause.
Somewhere north of here, nice young people with names like Tom and Christabel sit in offices and put together little courier bags full of DVDs and other goodies to send to me.
Mr Bates, you are the finest of fellows. You ignore that which is good for you, and think only of that which is good for others.
BBC Knowledge is a television channel I trust. The BBC, after all, is from England, and is, like - the BBC.
My summer holidays have given me much needed time to review some work I did early last year, searching for signs of syntactic ergativity in Pama-Nyungan languages.