IF EVER there was a time to acknowledge the clearness of the blue water between Classic FM and Radio 3, then last weekend was that time
IF, LAST Sunday evening, at the prospect of another series of Downton Abbey, you found yourself reaching for your revolver...
Edward Wickham espies a stint of misty Socialist nostalgia
Edward Wickham listens to comparisons between Ghana and Ulster, Accra and Belfast
OLD-FASHIONED, perhaps. A refuge from modernity? For some, maybe. But Eurosceptic? It is surely stretching a point to say that the Book of Common Prayer is Eurosceptic
"I don’t think I am spoiling anything by revealing that, by the end of the show, he did not quite achieve the big, Kleenex-drenching shot we were all hoping for"
It's no wonder that Stephen Fry is a national — nay, an international — treasure, observes Edward Wickham
Edward Wickham listens to a programme about autism and conversation
Edward Wickham listens to a damning assessment of the work of psychologist B. F. Skinner
Edward Wickham decides that Inside the Ethics Committee is the Moral Maze for grown-ups
Edward Wickham enjoys a show enlivened by forays down roads untaken