There has been one constant in the past 10 years: people think Piers Morgan was the Pigeon Lady.
The Health Secretary's "Good Morning Britain" interview fell a little short of being a heartwarming viral moment.
The exploitative outrage we no longer tolerate on reality TV have simply been repackaged as daily news programmes.
Two rich white men given centre-stage to lecture people of colour on how they should feel about prejudice? Sure!
I've become a semi-regular verbal punching bag for the breakfast TV presenter. I think it's worth it.
The worst take of the week: James Martin, celebrity chef, protesting a fire service mascot change by pivoting to 'otter'.
The 'Good Morning Britain' host has spent decades cultivating the persona that makes him a one-man clickbait machine.
How do famous bullies fare against Instagram’s new feature for detecting offensive language?
Let us consider "the Greatest Briton who ever lived" – a man who cited eugenics, admired Hitler's patriotism and inspired some of Ricky Gervais' worst material to date.
For an appropriate fee, I'm ready to have a controversial take on just about anything.
Well, thank god for that.