A few weeks ago, may be a couple of months, I saw a trailer for a documentary on UK television that was mainly footage of a guy free diving / swimming in the sea. [more inside]
I've finished watching all my favourite things and am televisually lost while I wait for Breaking Bad and Boardwalk Empire to start again. Can you suggest English/American/Australian etc series (will also accept interesting BBC documentaries) that are actually watchable? [more inside]
Looking for quality British "reality" programming.... [more inside]
I have a USA-standard Samsung LCD flatscreen TV (specifically this one). I'm moving to the UK in a couple of months and would rather not have to replace it. What do I need to do to make it work in the UK? [more inside]
Can anyone identify this 80s UK television program? [more inside]
Why is Dr Who so popular with adult American audiences? [more inside]
Best TV Blogs for UK? [more inside]
I just moved. I have terrible TV reception and 24 megabit internet. Any ideas? [more inside]
oldtelevisionprogramfilter. Please help me remember this old half-forgotten British children's show... [more inside]
I want to find work as a film editor in the UK. Would it be better to find a permanent job, or freelance? Would I need an agent? If so, do you have any recommendations? [more inside]
How might I go about trying to locate a copy of a 1950s British TV advert (brand known but agency unknown, a websearch reveals nothing)?
Where/how can I watch the British TV Documentary called "This is a True Story" about Takako Konishi, a Japanese girl found dead in the snow in Minnesota (previously discussed on MeFi here). [more inside]
In the US, why do we call a short run of episodes on television a "season" whereas in the UK they refer to it as a "series"?
I live in the UK and I want a TiVo-like device, but I can't get Sky+. What are my best options? [more inside]