We really excelled ourselves this time – our TV quiz turned out to be hard as nails. In fact, only one person out of nearly 1,000 entries got a clean sweep of 66 points out of 66, which is pretty crazy considering Googling was well within the rules…Read more >>>
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How To Live It is your guide to the newest and best home-entertainment and mobile tech. The experts at Stuff.tv and Whathifi.com, with support from LG, will show how it can enrich your life - and how you can make the most of now. It is a place to escape, to learn and, simply, to make life good.
Critics love it, it’s won every award going, you know you should watch it… yet the drama set in a 1960s ad agency hasn’t broken any records when it comes to its viewing figures. Thankfully it hasn’t been cancelled. Here are Edward Craig’s seven reasons it really, really is time you made Mad Men your next box-set.Read more >>>
LG has unleashed its latest OLED masterpiece. And this 55in curved-screen marvel has some seriously impressive tech under the hood…Read more >>>
Cloud Atlas is released on Blu-ray this week – the film of David Mitchell’s acclaimed novel, a book previously thought unfilmable. Here are others from that family…Read more >>>
International football in England has had a bad rap recently – here’s five reasons this weekend’s action deserves your attention.Read more >>>
So, you’ve got your shiny new TV all beautifully set up, and you’ve referred to our Best test discs for striking colour to satisfy yourself that colour reproduction is bang on. Good for you!Read more >>>
A great tagline can make a film – Becky Roberts picks the nine that still echo through movie history. And this time, it’s personal (Jaws: The Revenge).Read more >>>
OLED TV is going to rock your world – here’s why…Read more >>>
LG’s new webOS smart TV system makes setting up your new TV as easy as can be. How? Say hello to Bean Bird.…Read more >>>
Autumn has arrived – so your three big things to watch this weekend will help you commemorate the passing of an all-too-short period of “T-shirt weather”…Read more >>>