TV critics' verdict on programmes - including Peter Kosminsky’s drama Britz - broadcast on the 31 October 2007.

Britz, C4
”I couldn’t resist watching the whole thing to see what happened.”
Nancy Banks-Smith, The Guardian

Britz, C4
“Kosminsky’s drama was rooted in the every day and, despite the divergent paths its lead characters took, has - so far - proved determinedly responsible in representing all sides.”
Tim Teeman, The Times

Britz, C4
“By applying old-fashioned agitprop politics to the situation, he reduces it to a simplistic, even wishful tale of oppressors and oppressed.”
James Walton, Daily Telegraph

Britz, C4
“I don’t know if escapism has an antonym, but that’s the word you need to describe this bold and timely drama.”
Thomas Sutcliffe, The Indepedent

One Life: The Waking Pill, BBC1
“ -the programme gave us only a patchy tour of the territory.”
Matt Baylis, Daily Express

Coronation Street, ITV1
“David, played with astonishing assurance by Jack P. Shephed, is the most compulsive villain in soap.” Tim Teeman, The Times