In 132 pages…
For US readers: Desperate Housewives
for the Rest of the World: Big Brother
Star Eva Longoria discuss how she deals with the highs and lows of fame, the much-publicized on-set feuds that reportedly beleaguer the show and how the group deals with criticism
The infamous show that ceaselessly dominates the UK summer TV schedules is back, with more housemates and an even longer run. You either love it or hate it, but one thing’s for sure, everyone’s talking about it.
Now in its seventh year, we ponder the show’s longevity and enduring appeal plus chat with presenters Davina McCall and Dermot O’Leary to discover their highs and lows on the show.
And if that’s not enough, find out everything you wanted to know about the housemates and what goes on behind the scenes in our fabulous free Big Brother supplement!
Who rules the roost in the reality TV stakes? We present the definitive list of the top 20 reality shows that have had us glued to our screens
We meet lead singer Dan Gillespie Sells to discuss the band’s origins and he tells us how his turbulent love life could well be the making of the group’s success
The West Wing
We join the producers and cast to pay tribute to seven years of superb TV entertainment. Who ever knew politics could be so fascinating?
It’s not just on TV that you can catch some of the most groundbreaking documentaries. We cast our eyes over some of the best docs that have made their mark on cinema
Star Benjamin McKenzie on growing up and not acting your age and why he hates playing the good guy
It’s been remakes galore over the past few months, what with Poseidon, The Omen and The Hills Have Eyes. Is this a sign of Hollywood running out of fresh ideas? And can films ever be as good the second time around?
The author of award-winning The Hours discusses his fantastic new novel Specimen Days, and reveals why he might just be the happiest writer in Hollywood
Spanish actor Eduardo Noriega on playing a police informant/undercover terrorist and on Tom Cruise following in his acting footsteps
How I Met Your Mother
Star Neil Patrick Harris on playing the oddball in the hit TV comedy