how ‘derry girls’ cemented itself as the best show on british tv
And Irish TV, obviously.
exclusive: watch this orgasmic art film by a new british filmmaker
Quick question: have you ever climaxed in an art gallery? Well, if you (like the vast majority of us) haven’t experienced that, chances are it might look and feel a little like this.
stormzy speaks out about depression
As his album looks set to reach No.1, Big Mike opens up to Channel 4.
muslim drag queens is being remade by white men
The female PoC journalist who initiated the story, Kieran Yates, has taken to twitter to denounce the unethical practice of Channel 4.
street, sound and style: episode four b boys and acid house
The fourth episode in our history of British style tribes takes a look at London's B Boy scene and how Ibiza and acid house revolutionised youth culture.
street, sound and style: episode two jungle and cybergoth
Our new, Ewen Spencer directed series, looks at the history of British music scenes and the styles they created. The second episode examines at jungle and the cybergoths of the 1990s.
street, sound and style: episode one grime and emo
Our new, Ewen Spencer directed series, looks at the history of British music scenes and the styles they created. The first episode unpacks the growth of emo and grime in the early noughties.
i-D are teaming up with channel 4 on our first ever tv series
Directed by the king of counterculture documentary, Ewen Spencer, the four-part series traces the youth and music tribes of one era, starting in 1980, the same year Terry Jones founded i-D.
cucumber, banana, tofu’s freddie fox on gay shame, gay pride and avoiding labelling
As Russell T Davies’ new, sexually explicit gay drama Cucumber invades our screens, we speak to the star of it’s younger offshoot Banana, Freddie Fox about sexual fluidity, Tinder, Grindr, gay shame and steamy sex scenes.
game of thrones’ maisie williams explores cyberbullying
In a new Channel 4 drama, Cyberbully, Maisie Williams goes deeper into the dangers of the internet.