TV Critics

  • Mrs Wilson
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    Mrs Wilson

    2018-12-12T09:51:00Z

    “In fictionalising so much of his life, Alec Wilson unwittingly provided the world with his most compelling story of all”

  • Sir Cliff Richard: 60 Years in Public and Private
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    Sir Cliff Richard: 60 Years in Public and Private

    2018-12-11T10:03:00Z

    “Some subtle questions about our relationship with celebrity, while only scratching the surface of the complicated man at its core.”

  • Care
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    Care

    2018-12-10T09:54:00Z

    “Far from feelgood pre-Christmas entertainment, but it was a moving and heartfelt story”

  • Escape from Dubai: The Mystery of the Missing Princess
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    Escape from Dubai: The Mystery of the Missing Princess

    2018-12-07T09:34:00Z

    “A story so astonishing that at times even its participants are forced to admit that events sound far-fetched.”

  • North Korea: Life Inside The Secret State
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    North Korea: Life Inside the Secret State

    2018-12-06T13:20:00Z

    “A frightening, informative, look at life under the terror of a totalitarian regime.”

  • Rise Of The Clans
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    Rise of the Clans, BBC4

    2018-12-05T09:51:00Z

    “A superbly vivid account of how bloodthirsty Scottish tribes joined forces in the early 1300s to drive out the English.”

  • Nadiya's Asian Odyssey
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    Nadiya’s Asian Odyssey

    2018-12-04T09:37:00Z

    “The whole thing was a joy”

  • Gun No 6
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    Gun No 6

    2018-12-03T10:00:00Z

    “Quietly daring, profound and moving … went further in answering the question of why someone would pick up a gun than any single attempt I have seen.”

  • Kidding
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    Kidding

    2018-11-30T10:02:00Z

    “For all those who preferred the US version of The Office to the original it will do very nicely indeed.”

  • Death And Nightingales
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    Death and Nightingales

    2018-11-29T09:40:00Z

    “The book’s complex, flashback narrative structure and claustrophobic mood proved surprisingly well suited to the small screen”