Articles by Peter Bazalgette
Britain has woken up to the dramatic quality of HBO's The Wire. But the programme also reveals how our TV viewing habits are changing
The Guardian says adult fans of Doctor Who are "pathetic." Well, that's me then. Russell T Davies's reinvention of the BBC classic has been brilliant
Good sitcoms are rare these days because broadcasters are too quick to axe new shows. Comedy needs time to grow roots—consider C4's Peep Show
Just when reality television shows start to look stale, they reward us with moments of gloriously unexpected drama. Take The Apprentice
Set in the swinging, sexist 1960s, Mad Men lets us relish political incorrectness safely. Meanwhile, advertising today could be entering a golden age
The new Five News has broken the mould of news bulletins. Macho newshounds may sneer, but viewers like it, and other broadcasters may follow
The ITV series Moving Wallpaper/Echo Beach is clever, postmodern stuff—but is it what viewers want straight after Coronation Street?