TV Critics – Page 11

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    Paul Hollywood Eats Japan

    2020-05-13T11:11:00Z

    “Hollywood never lost the look of a man who was counting the minutes till he could go home”

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    Hospital Special: Fighting Covid-19

    2020-05-12T09:51:00Z

    “When this is over and they come to write the history of this virus, documentaries such as this will be living encyclopaedias.”

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    Brassic

    2020-05-11T09:47:00Z

    “Everyone says it’s the new Shameless but the energy is more Early Doors reimagined by Guy Ritchie.”

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    Rhod Gilbert’s Work Experience

    2020-05-07T09:13:00Z

    “Nobody uttered the word ’journey’, thankfully, but that was the format of this half-hour race to enlightenment”

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    The A Word

    2020-05-06T08:52:00Z

    “Peter Bowker’s drama has earned the right to a third series”

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    Isolation Stories

    2020-05-05T09:11:00Z

    “Shall fairly stand as the first televisual jewel in the Covid-era crown.”

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    Homeland

    2020-05-04T08:44:00Z

    “No other show has had a better handle on world events”

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    Trying

    2020-05-01T08:56:00Z

    “It’s well worth trying”

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    Code 404

    2020-04-30T09:15:00Z

    “The joy is that in another universe this could have been a po-faced drama”

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    Paul Hollywood Eats Japan

    2020-04-29T09:35:00Z

    “I was left feeling that the Japanese deserved a bit better than having a big lunk like Hollywood crashing around their country”

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    Blood

    2020-04-28T08:57:00Z

    “It is immensely satisfying to watch a crime drama knowing you’re in a safe pair of hands. The experience is rare.”

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    Normal People

    2020-04-27T09:04:00Z

    “A beautiful piece of work capturing the fervid intensity of a first teenage sexual relationship with charm and poignancy”

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    The Big Night In

    2020-04-24T09:00:00Z

    “It was just the cheering moment the nation needed”

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    The Great British Sewing Bee

    2020-04-23T12:25:00Z

    “A lovely thing to watch, because everyone involved is nice. The contestants are nice, every last one of them”

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    Life and Birth

    2020-04-22T11:06:00Z

    “Life and Birth played with your emotions like a yo-yo — trepidation turned to trauma, despair to joy”

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    Horizon: The Restaurant that Burns Off Calories

    2020-04-21T10:45:00Z

    “An elaborate stunt to jazz up a report on the science of calories.”

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    Too Hot to Handle

    2020-04-20T08:28:00Z

    “Escapism at its trashiest, which is great, as long as you don’t think about it too deeply”

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    After Auschwitz

    2020-04-17T08:42:00Z

    “The film did get sidetracked by other political issues, which diluted the impact, but it was still utterly compelling”

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    Devs

    2020-04-16T09:44:00Z

    ”Like the messianic tech figures it takes aim at, its reach too often exceeds its grasp.”

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    Prue Leith: Journey with My Daughter

    2020-04-15T09:08:00Z

    “This was a bit different from your bog-standard genealogy documentary”