TV series show: What to watch in your coronavirus quarantine
26 April 2020 | 11:00 am
TV critic Dheepthika Laurent speaks to Eve Jackson about the shows to watch in confinement, including French hit series "Le Bureau des Légendes" and Israeli spy drama "Fauda". They're also joined by the creator of "Le Bureau des Légendes", Eric Rochant.
16 Nov 2020
From November 18, GuardianTV will showcase the stories of some of Africa’s brightest minds who have used social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp to market their products, contents, and services. We call them Dreamers and Doers. And you too can learn how these young entrepreneurs moved from mere dreaming to working to realise their ideas.
22 Dec 2020
US President-elect Joe Biden receives a Covid-19 vaccine live on television in a campaign to boost Americans' confidence in the jabs -- and in marked contrast to President Donald Trump's mixed messaging.
9 Jan 2021
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Sunday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Sunday.
23 Feb 2021
Yena Lee joins Olivia Salazar-Winspear to talk about Apple TV+'s latest Israeli show "Losing Alice". The eight-part mini-series centres around Alice, a once-critically-acclaimed filmmaker and her obsession with a young, sexy and extremely talented scriptwriter called Sophie. "Losing Alice" is a modern, female twist on the legend of Faust as viewers get to see just how far Alice is willing to go to achieve success.
14 Mar 2021
French media regulators have stepped in to preserve the Chinese state-run channel's permission to stay on the air in Europe.
13 Mar 2021
South Korean television series are having surprising successes on streaming services in India. The phenomenon has even prompted many Indians to learn Korean.
19 Mar 2021
In a few weeks, the second season of the immensely popular reality TV show “Ferme Factory” (Farm Factory) will air across Senegal. But in contrast to the glitter and glamour usually associated with such shows, Ferme Factory is far from that: For four months, 20 contestants compete to get their hands as dirty as possible, facing various farming challenges, including both sowing and plowing. The winner is awarded with his or her very own farm, along with three years of agricultural training.
4 Apr 2021
Hildmann first became a celebrity as a TV chef and author of best-selling cookbooks. Now he is one of Germany's most radical coronavirus deniers and conspiracy theorists. Fearing arrest, he is has left the country.
24 Apr 2021
We take a look at the new Netflix series which retraces the steps of a true-life, cold-blooded killer in "The Serpent". Yena Lee tells us why actor Tahar Rahim is the major draw in this dramatisation of events in the 1970s that saw French murderer Charles Sobhraj jailed in Nepal. Meanwhile, it's a chilling return to Gilead for the fourth season of "The Handmaid's Tale", as we discuss the twists and turns that led to the rescue of June Osborne in the last season and Elizabeth Moss's critically acclaimed performance as the protagonist.
12 May 2021
How is "Fort Boyard", one of the most famous TV game shows in France, made? We give you the keys to the fort! We discover how the challenges are designed and tested. We also see how, behind the thick walls of the fort, hundreds of professionals – hosts, directors, camera operators, animal tamers, technicians, workers and decorators – have been working hard to enthral viewers every summer for more than 30 years.
6 Jun 2021
Walking tightropes, rappelling down a four-storey-high rope tunnel, sitting in a dangling basket 58 floors high -- tourists have been steeling their nerves for adrenaline-filled challenges in a new assault course at the top of China's tallest TV tower.
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Ethiopia has agreed a reconstruction and recovery grant with the World Bank, to be used to rebuild basic services in conflict-hit regions of the country.
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We look at reactions to the nomination of Elisabeth Borne, France's first female prime minister in 30 years. How politically strategic is Emmanuel Macron's choice? Also, British footballer Jake Daniels comes out as a gay in a historic moment and is lauded by the British press. Finally, after manterrupting and mansplaining, beware of "hepeating" – when men get credit for women's ideas!
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An annual surf competition was held at the weekend on Liberia's coast, in a fishing town that is gaining worldwide recognition for the quality of its waves.
1 day ago
The fast food giant said it was leaving because of the "unpredictable operating environment" and "humanitarian" reasons. McDonald's was quick to set up shop in the Soviet Union in the waning embers of the Cold War.
1 day ago
Australia is counting down to its next federal election on May 21. The environmental crisis is high on voters' minds and smaller parties and independents are gaining momentum by riding a wave of disillusionment over the conservative coalition's lack of climate action. With a hung parliament looking likely, these minor players could force the traditional parties to do more to tackle global warming. Climate change is an increasingly hot-button issue since the country's devastating bushfires of 2019-20. Our correspondents Richelle Harrison Plesse and Gregory Plesse report.
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Brooklyn-based duo Bottler (aka producers Pat Butler and Phil Shore) have created a unique soundscape blending a myriad of styles including pop, indie rock, trip-hop and club music. In 2020, they released a double bill of EPs, "Clementine" and "Grow". Now the childhood friends are back with their debut album "Journey Work", in which they’re on a mission to explore and express the full spectrum of human experience. They joined us on Encore! to tell us more.