Five episodes of one of the UK’s most cherished TV shows are heading to Blu-ray for the first time – but how much of it can actually be remastered in high-definition?
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A combination of longer nights and lockdowns is a good opportunity to watch some of the best TV dramas of the past three decades – but do you find locating them a challenge?
When a TV return went wrong, Which? Legal stepped in to help resolve the situation. Here are your rights when repairs and returns don’t go to plan.
With no solid plans in place for the reopening of movie theatres just yet, could films end up going direct to streaming? I had a chat with an enthusiast and blogger to get his take.
From Netflix and Prime Video to the newly launched Disney Plus: have you started paying out more for TV and films to keep entertained during the lockdown?
Are you still paying a premium for live sport even though there’s none on? Did you know you don’t have to? Here’s how to pause your sport payments.
This Boxing Day, Amazon will show every Premier League match live. There’s been a lot of fuss about it, but what’s in it for them? Is this the future?
Long gone are the days of buying TV guides from the local newsagent. With so many new ways to consume entertainment, are you still watching live TV?
Yesterday saw the launch of several new Apple services that have analysts and experts wondering how they will appeal to consumers. Do any of them tempt you?
You’d be shocked if you turned on the TV to find that some major broadcast channels weren’t available on your brand of television. But when it comes to smart TV apps, such as ITV Hub and All 4, that’s exactly what’s happening. (more on missing smart TV apps…)
How good can a show shot on video tape really look on Blu-ray? As Red Dwarf fans are discovering, a transfer to an HD format isn’t without its complications.
Black Mirror’s latest episode, ‘Bandersnatch’, lets you control the story through multiple choice. Is this the start of an evolution in the way we watch TV?
It’s six years to the day since BBC Ceefax, the world’s first teletext service, shut down for good. But would you still use it if it was there? I know someone who definitely would.
To mark 100 years since the end of The First World War, director Peter Jackson has restored archive footage of the conflict with dramatic results. But should some things just be left as they are?