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  • Les Misérables
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    Les Misérables

    2019-01-21T10:08:00Z

    “Andrew Davies is keeping the narrative of a very intricate and wide-ranging novel ticking along nicely.”

  • American History's Biggest Fibs
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    American History’s Biggest Fibs

    2019-01-18T09:47:00Z

    “If there’s a baton to be twirled she’ll damn well twirl it, but she also navigates a compelling historical journey and gives good script”

  • Revolution in Ruins: The Hugo Chávez Story
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    Revolution in Ruins: The Hugo Chávez Story

    2019-01-17T09:41:00Z

    “This was dispassionate analysis, and it was all the more riveting for it”

  • Pothole Wars
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    Pothole Wars

    2019-01-16T09:48:00Z

    “Even the most avid motorist will be bored after an hour of gazing at cracked Tarmac”

  • True Detective
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    True Detective

    2019-01-15T10:18:00Z

    “Atmospheric and beguiling, True Detective had its hooks into me again”

  • Call The Midwife
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    Call the Midwife

    2019-01-14T10:00:00Z

    “I counted a mere 13 minutes before the first bleat of a freshly delivered infant was heard and a soppy grin spread across my face”

  • Flirty Dancing
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    Flirty Dancing

    2019-01-11T09:43:00Z

    “By some sort of New Year miracle, it defied all expectations to be enchanting and really rather lovely.”

  • Cleaning Up
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    Cleaning Up

    2019-01-10T10:02:00Z

    “There is not quite enough story but, overall, this is the kind of solid, well-made nonsense that is such a rare and precious joy.”

  • Catastrophe
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    Catastrophe

    2019-01-09T09:56:00Z

    “It is as warmly vicious, and viciously warm, as it has always been, and its acid tone cuts through with as much originality as it did in 2015”

  • Brexit: The Uncivil War
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    Brexit: The Uncivil War

    2019-01-08T09:51:00Z

    “Somewhere along the line James Graham seems to have succumbed to the dramatist’s temptation of falling in love with his subject.”