Will Gore

Twenty years after it first aired, the clerical sitcom remains one of Britain’s best-loved TV shows – yet Catholics remain split over how relentlessly it pokes fun at the Church

A Little Chaos, Alan Rickman’s foray into the gardens of Versailles, is an uninspired and poorly executed love story

Force Majeure is both a tense family drama and a brilliant black comedy

Still Alice is a solidly put together, but ultimately unremarkable drama

An unapologetically challenging show explores the influence of Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square

Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao’s embracing of Protestantism means the Catholic Church in the Philippines has a fight on its hands

Frederick Wiseman’s new film about the National Gallery is reassuringly serious

A brilliant BBC Four documentary tells the triumphant story of David Rudisha and Brother Colm O’Connell

John Michael McDonagh has found his very own De Niro in Brendan Gleeson

British Museum curator Irving Finkel tells Will Gore how the chance discovery of a Babylonian tablet helped him trace the roots of Noah’s Ark