Nick Cohen

Nick Cohen

For all the Arts community’s grandstanding about its political value, none of its number was brave enough to protest the late, great M.F. Husain’s plight

The sycophantic coverage of the royal wedding sidestepped the essential debate on the monarchy

British TV producers love the ethnic minorities but don’t give them any work

Ignoring the silenced millions, Western journalists got the Middle East all wrong

British crime drama should emulate a Danish series as good as anything from America

American TV dramas are often realistic and authentic, unlike their British counterparts

India’s greatest living artist has been forced out of his home country by Hindu sectarian extremists

The BBC correspondent may have launched ‘emotional journalism’ but he has returned to reportage

Only in Britain could a TV company get away with a drama that looks so lovingly at the past

French TV may be dull, but it is unashamedly highbrow. Not so British broadcasting