TV Critics – Page 5

  • The Third Day
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    The Third Day

    2020-09-16T09:53:00Z

    “This folk-horror puzzler is like watching a video game being played out.”

  • Des
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    Des

    2020-09-15T08:59:00Z

    “David Tennant portrayed serial killer Dennis Nilsen in what was a breathtaking and career-defining performance”

  • The Singapore Grip
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    The Singapore Grip

    2020-09-14T08:55:00Z

    “ITV’s adaptation of JG Farrell’s satirical novel is sumptuous, but tonally strange, knowingly overacted and hammed up to big band music”

  • The Black Full Monty
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    The Black Full Monty

    2020-09-11T09:15:00Z

    “This was a fun and surprisingly sweet programme”

  • Dog Tales: The Making Of Man's Best Friend
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    Dog Tales: The Making of Man’s Best Friend

    2020-09-09T09:14:00Z

    “You could lean in if interested in the nuts and bolts of pet evolution. Or turn down the sound and ‘ooh’ and ‘aaah’ at the fur balls.”

  • Sue Perkins: Along the US-Mexico Border
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    Sue Perkins: Along the US-Mexico Border

    2020-09-08T09:20:00Z

    “The series felt like an awkward combination of a Mexican travelogue and a hard-hitting film on the issue of migration and the Mexican border”

  • Louis Theroux: Life On The Edge
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    Louis Theroux: Life on the Edge

    2020-09-07T09:10:00Z

    “Few people have a back catalogue as cracking as Theroux’s and it was an hour well spent”

  • Council House Britain
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    Council House Britain

    2020-09-04T09:28:00Z

    “Beneath the heartwarming tales and amusing tales of cockroaches and eccentrics were enough stories to keep Ken Loach in business for a decade”

  • Two Weeks To Live
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    Two Weeks to Live

    2020-09-03T09:06:00Z

    “The episodes require a bit of leaning back and letting it all simply exist, but I admired its dedication to a zippy pace”

  • All Creatures Great And Small
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    All Creatures Great and Small

    2020-09-02T08:59:00Z

    ”With its wild landscapes, drystone walls, steam trains and vintage cars, it was family-friendly comfort-viewing. A soothing balm in febrile times”

  • Me And My Penis
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    Me and My Penis

    2020-09-01T08:56:00Z

    “This tender and thoughtful programme should be added to the sex education curriculum”

  • I Hate Suzie
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    I Hate Suzie

    2020-08-28T08:40:00Z

    “A glorious mess of ideas, a potent, fizzing monument to the creativity of its makers”

  • Peter: The Human Cyborg
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    Peter: The Human Cyborg

    2020-08-27T08:52:00Z

    “It is a rare compliment these days to complain of a documentary being too brief. But this was an exception”

  • The Truth About Cosmetic Treatments
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    The Truth About Cosmetic Treatments

    2020-08-26T08:50:00Z

    “You have seen at least 80% of this programme in some shape or form at least 1,000 times before”

  • Swingers
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    Swingers

    2020-08-25T08:54:00Z

    “The access the director got was extraordinary, but then I suppose swinging might incorporate a touch of exhibitionism”

  • Harry Hill's World of TV
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    Harry Hill’s World of TV

    2020-08-24T08:53:00Z

    “Hill’s comedic analysis of soap operas was like a sort of unhinged Mark Kermode film thesis”

  • Can Sex Offenders Change 2
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    Can Sex Offenders Change?

    2020-08-21T11:47:00Z

    “The intelligent way Becky Southworth handled this film marked her out as a significant talent”

  • There Are No Fakes Sky Art
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    There Are No Fakes

    2020-08-20T09:07:00Z

    “A rolling snowball that got bigger and bigger and darker and darker”

  • Manctopia: Billion Pound Property Boom
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    Manctopia: Billion Pound Property Boom

    2020-08-19T08:47:00Z

    “This was a revealing programme that managed to say much about a big problem.”

  • Lovecraft Country
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    Lovecraft Country

    2020-08-18T08:59:00Z

    “Lovecraft Country is a beautiful bounty of black creativity and black history.”