All articles by William Fowler

Play for Today at 50

Folk horror and Play for Today, the ‘National Theatre of the airwaves’

For folk horror fans, analogue TV is still the undiscovered country. The BBC’s classic Play for Today strand offers plenty of examples of rural weirdness waiting to be overturned by the plough, says BFI curator William Fowler.

By William Fowler

Folk horror and Play for Today, the ‘National Theatre of the airwaves’
BFI Recommends

BFI Recommends: Eyes without a Face

By William Fowler

BFI Recommends: Eyes without a Face
Britain on Lockdown

Britain on Lockdown: The online videos shaping the crisis #3

By Bryony Dixon, Ros Cranston and others

Britain on Lockdown: The online videos shaping the crisis #3
Britain on Lockdown

Britain on Lockdown: The online videos shaping the crisis #2

By Jez Stewart, Patrick Russell and others

Britain on Lockdown: The online videos shaping the crisis #2
Britain on Lockdown

Britain on Lockdown: The online videos shaping the crisis #1

By Ros Cranston, William Fowler and others

Britain on Lockdown: The online videos shaping the crisis #1
Features

Lucky dip surprises: What is the Experimenta Mixtape?

By William Fowler

Lucky dip surprises: What is the Experimenta Mixtape?