“Jobs himself was Fanboy Number One”. Read on for verdict on last night’s TV.

Steve Jobs: Billion Dollar Hippy, BBC2

“One of the things that Davis’s film reminded you of was that Jobs himself was Fanboy Number One, utterly seduced by the technology he developed and sold.”Tom Sutcliffe, The Independent

“What seemed to scream at us from every interview and footage clip in this film was that the billion dollars and the hippy were actually perfect soulmates.”
Matt Baylis, The Express

“There are far too many Christmas food shows, but this is the one for me. Yes, he can be an irritating little twerp, and some of the language can get tiresome, but I trust Jamie, and believe in him. Look, his Christmas looks brilliant, with the kids and the family, and celebrity pals dropping by for a glass of punch and a game of cards.”
Sam Wollaston, The Guardian

“If previous years’ specials have served up turkey and all the trimmings, this one felt like turkey nuggets for a tighter budget, interspersing new bits of culinary advice. Cheerful, but also very obviously cheap.”
Matt Baylis, The Express

The Truth About Adoption: Panorama

“This terrific, emotional Panorama made no judgements, but one inference was unavoidable. The current system too often wastes the one thing no child has unlimited supply of: childhood.”
Andrew Billen, The Times