TV Critics

  • Growing Up Gifted
    Critics

    Growing Up Gifted; Cold Feet; A Very British History

    2019-02-19T09:55:00Z

    “Filmed with unobtrusive sensitivity, Growing Up Gifted was a powerful insight into both teenage life and social mobility”

  • Traitors
    Critics

    Traitors

    2019-02-18T10:02:00Z

    “A drama that has a sparky, modern vibe while still evoking an era of chilblains and Izal toilet paper”

  • The Death Of Aimee Spencer
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    The Death of Aimee Spencer

    2019-02-15T09:40:00Z

    “There was a decent true crime documentary lurking inside but it couldn’t quite fight its way out of the gratuitous celebrity packaging”

  • Skint Britain: Friends Without Benefits
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    Skint Britain: Friends Without Benefits

    2019-02-14T10:11:00Z

    “An unflinching series that has the balls to take as its subjects a group of people far from instantly likeable”

  • Catastrophe
    Critics

    Catastrophe

    2019-02-13T09:45:00Z

    “This was both a satisfying resolution and a poignant send-off for Carrie Fisher.”

  • Famous and Fighting Crime
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    Famous and Fighting Crime

    2019-02-12T09:41:00Z

    “It was absorbing, full of warm camaraderie and made for a fascinating insight into the realities of modern policing”

  • Endeavour
    Critics

    Endeavour

    2019-02-11T09:44:00Z

    “This period crime drama deserves to be viewed through a jeweller’s eyeglass, the better to enjoy the precision mechanism of its plots”

  • Ryanair: Britain's Most Hated Airline?
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    Ryanair: Britain’s Most Hated Airline?

    2019-02-08T10:00:00Z

    “I thoroughly enjoyed this anatomisation of the no-frills Irish airline”

  • Das Boot
    Critics

    Das Boot

    2019-02-07T10:23:00Z

    “It was all beautifully done, creating an oppressive, suffocatingly tense atmosphere.”

  • Martin Clunes Islands of America
    Critics

    Islands of America

    2019-02-06T10:04:00Z

    “A handsomely shot exploration of American life past the mainland margins and Clunes made for an engaging guide”