TV Critics

  • Michael Palin In North Korea
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    Michael Palin in North Korea

    2018-09-21T08:44:00Z

    “It was a treat just to see Palin back in travel mode for the first time in years.”

  • Defending The Guilty
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    Defending the Guilty

    2018-09-20T08:43:00Z

    “It was easy to skip past the holes in the premise because the put-downs fizzed and the pace didn’t let up.”

  • The Circle
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    The Circle

    2018-09-19T08:51:00Z

    “Entertaining, at least once they’d started interacting with each other, but lacking in insight.”

  • Monkman & Seagull’s Genius Guide to Britain
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    Monkman & Seagull’s Genius Guide to Britain

    2018-09-18T08:54:00Z

    “Amid the dumbed-down TV dystopia of Love Island and The X Factor, it was refreshing to see clever people on screen, being enthusiastic.”

  • Killing Eve
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    Killing Eve

    2018-09-17T08:53:00Z

    “As revitalising as a grapefruit sorbet and as box-fresh as a new pair of knickers.”

  • The Mighty Redcar
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    The Mighty Redcar

    2018-09-14T08:37:00Z

    “Proper heartwarming, heartrending film-making that, for a few nostalgic hours, made me love the BBC again.”

  • Trust
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    Trust

    2018-09-13T08:59:00Z

    “If Trust were oil, it would be a surface slick: shiny and colourful but just one molecule thick.”

  • Princess Margaret: The Royal Rebel
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    Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal

    2018-09-12T09:00:00Z

    “Hannah Berryman’s documentary, though excellent in many ways, struggled to give us an entirely clear picture of who Princess Margaret really was.”

  • Black Earth Rising
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    Black Earth Rising

    2018-09-11T08:48:00Z

    “Rich, demanding drama that is well worth investing in.”

  • Celebrity Island With Bear Grylls
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    Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls

    2018-09-10T08:34:00Z

    “Ten minutes in, I’d lost the will to live.”