Nick Cohen

Nick Cohen

Embarrassed by their own lacklustre work, Auntie’s reporters refuse to acknowledge the graft of others

British television editors still live in the 1980s, where the world of Netflix and iTunes is a distant dream

Mayday showed the originality so often lacking in management-led and prescriptive British television

So-called liberals prefer to turn a blind eye to the treatment of women by jihadists and support the enemies of America

Middlebrow TV drama like Death in Paradise is what tired viewers want and British writers do best

In broadcasting, as in literature, cynical writers devoid of self-belief are doomed to fail

Hounded out of her native Norway by radical Islamists, Deeyah tells stories the leftist media dare not

The BBC’s managers thought they could kill the Savile sex abuse story. Now it is coming back to haunt them

Salman Rushdie’s account of the life under a fatwa highlights the moral cowardice of establishment figures of the Left and the Right

Tom Holland’s film on the origins of Islam deserves praise for not shying away from controversy