TV Critics – Page 2

  • The Falcon And The Winter Soldier
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    The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

    2021-03-19T10:31:00Z

    “A much-needed injection of pomp at a time when most of us are still sorely lacking the visceral thrill of the multiplex experience”

  • Caroline Flack_ Her Life and Death-4
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    Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death

    2021-03-18T08:17:00Z

    “It is an hour that makes you long to plead with anyone and everyone – if you are ever thinking of going, please don’t. Please, please stay”

  • Roman Kemp Our Silent Emergency
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    Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency

    2021-03-17T09:21:00Z

    “This was a powerful look at a mental health emergency that’s in danger of scarring a generation”

  • Allen V Farrow
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    Allen v Farrow

    2021-03-16T09:14:00Z

    “This glossy series makes compelling viewing”

  • Grace
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    Grace

    2021-03-15T10:40:00Z

    “Everything clicks into place in an immensely satisfying way”

  • The Dog House
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    The Dog House

    2021-03-12T10:28:00Z

    “This was a charming series when it first appeared a couple of years ago, and it has only grown more lovely”

  • DNA Journey
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    DNA Journey

    2021-03-11T10:33:00Z

    “It was a good-natured hour with knockabout stuff from two decent men who seemed to be genuine friends and, praise be, neither of whom blubbed”

  • The Great Celebrity Bake Off
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    The Great Celebrity Bake Off

    2021-03-10T10:03:00Z

    “It wasn’t quite a baking masterclass, but this slightly messy confection went down a treat.”

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    Oprah with Meghan and Harry

    2021-03-09T10:21:00Z

    “Over two jaw-dropping hours, Meghan and Harry burned their bridges while Oprah handed them the matches”

  • Chris Packham's Animal Einsteins
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    Packham’s Animal Einsteins

    2021-03-08T09:51:00Z

    “A solidly entertaining and informative series about the natural world that doesn’t make you pray for the extinction of all human life”

  • DH Lawrence: Sex, Exile and Greatness
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    DH Lawrence: Sex, Exile and Greatness

    2021-03-05T10:18:00Z

    “Adrian Munsey and Vance Goodwin’s film zipped with tremendous pace and clarity through Lawrence’s life, loves, travels and health problems”

  • The Terror
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    The Terror

    2021-03-04T10:52:00Z

    “Easily the most compelling new drama to reach British screens this year”

  • Your Honor
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    Your Honor

    2021-03-03T09:55:00Z

    “The jury is still out on whether Your Honor is an American epic to rival Breaking Bad or merely another cliche-drenched character study of a doomed anti-hero.”

  • Max Clifford: The Fall of A Tabloid King
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    Max Clifford: The Fall of a Tabloid King

    2021-03-02T09:56:00Z

    “It was sensitive, well researched and unsensationalist”

  • McDonald & Dodds
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    McDonald & Dodds

    2021-03-01T10:14:00Z

    “Gentle pacing and acting more over the top than Spandau Ballet’s greatest hits made for a satisfying serving of suppertime hokum”

  • Stand Up & Deliver
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    Stand Up & Deliver

    2021-02-26T10:18:00Z

    “I’d happily watch another few episodes of Helm and Warsi’s odd-couple adventures”

  • Gordon Ramsay's Bank Balance
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    Gordon Ramsay’s Bank Balance

    2021-02-25T10:04:00Z

    “Gordon Ramsay brought a barnstorming enthusiasm to Bank Balance and was good value as a cheeky MC”

  • Blitz Spirit with Lucy Worsley
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    Blitz Spirit with Lucy Worsley

    2021-02-24T09:49:00Z

    “From outrageous government U-turns to stockpiling groceries, to the encouragement of neighbourly suspicion, it felt eerily familiar.”

  • Unforgotten
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    Unforgotten

    2021-02-23T10:13:00Z

    “The blessed relief of watching a detective drama in which the detectives are free of quirks and the script is free of gimmicks”

  • Bloodlands
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    Bloodlands

    2021-02-22T10:07:00Z

    “It is shaping up to be a fine addition to the growing genre of Irish noir”