TV programme of the month: Still BBC2's marvellous Coast, which has been taking an eclectic wander around the UK coastline similar to my current amblings down the Fleet. The final part of the journey was last night, zipping around fast-eroding East Anglia, and there's a compilation of highlights next weekend. Local TV programme of the month: Danny Wallace's series How To Run Your Own Country has been an entertaining and informative romp through the key issues any national leader needs to consider when establishing his or her own democracy. Danny's kingdom consists solely of his tiny loft apartment, which just happens to be in Bow and is (during the winter when the intervening trees are leafless) within sight of where I'm now sitting. I just hope that he (and his 30000 citizens) aren't planning on expanding his country at any time in the near future, otherwise I'm in danger of being annexed. Album of the month: All the hype this month has rightly been aimed at Goldfrapp's Supernature, not just for the curvaceous cover art but more importantly for its luscious sensual melodies. This is 70s Bolan meets 80s electronica meets 90s chic, and it all makes for a 21st century mainstream classic with several standout tracks. Buy it now, before everybody else catches on. Film of the month: I was expecting the worst when I was summoned to watch Unleashed, a Glasgow-based action movie featuring martial arts icon Jet Li. Sure enough the opening half hour was an orgasm of raw violence as Bob Hoskins ordered Danny, his human dog, to beat the crap out of everyone in sight. And then, when I least expected it, a wholly tangential piano tuner wandered on screen introducing themes of hope, self-discovery and redemption. The resulting action/romantic mishmash should have been corny B-movie tripe, but actually proved oddly endearing and unexpectedly watchable.