“The production and the performances have been ravishing.” Read on for the critics' full verdict on last night's TV.

The Devil's Whore, C4
“The production and the performances have been ravishing. It was Angelica's, or Andrea Riseborough's, show at the start, but by the end John Simm's Sexby could break your heart with a glance. Stirring, sterling stuff.”
Lucy Mangan, The Guardian

The Medici: Makers of Modern Art, BBC4
“An unexpectedly gripping account.”
Lucy Mangan, The Guardian

Right to Die?, Sky Real Lives
“It might sound like faint praise - but it's meant as forthright defence - to say that this was a decent film.”
Tom Sutcliffe, The Independent

The Inbetweeners, C4
“The Inbetweeners won Best New British Television Comedy at the British Comedy Awards on Saturday, which says less about the programme's actual merits and more about the current dreadful state of British television comedy.”
Paul Whitelaw, The Scotsman

Dangerous Adventures for Boys, Five
“The emotional pull of the narrative (and everything has to have an emotional pull these days, or a ‘journey') is that father and son are trying to get to know one another. But in the true spirit of masculine interaction all the questions that could have been asked - what was it like being in jail? did you miss me? - are completely ignored or unspoken.”
Tim Teeman, The Times