TV Critics – Page 6

  • What Britain Buys And Sells In A Day
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    What Britain Buys and Sells in a Day

    2019-10-01T08:33:00Z

    “A few passing mentions of Brexit and the inclusion of Ed Balls are not enough to tighten up its broad brush strokes approach and broad appeal”

  • World on Fire
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    World on Fire

    2019-09-30T08:55:00Z

    “The scale of the drama’s ambition is laudable, especially given the absence of Netflix megabucks”

  • Frayed
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    Frayed

    2019-09-27T09:35:00Z

    “Despite a wobbly start, Frayed shows huge potential and while the jokes are few, they are funny”

  • Churchill And The Movie Mogul
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    Churchill and the Movie Mogul

    2019-09-26T09:50:00Z

    “A fascinating film, and one much aided by the quality of its talking heads”

  • The Circle
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    The Circle

    2019-09-25T09:56:00Z

    “Reality TV is not a genre that’s seen much innovation in recent years, so The Circle was a blast of fresh air.”

  • The $50 million Art Swindle
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    The $50m Art Swindle

    2019-09-24T09:19:00Z

    “It was remarkable and ludicrous - it was a thrill”

  • Tories At War
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    Tories at War

    2019-09-23T08:49:00Z

    “The jaunty soundtrack and wry tone reminded me of John Morton’s workplace satires Twenty Twelve and W1A”

  • The Cameron Years
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    The Cameron Years

    2019-09-20T09:17:00Z

    “The film has the air of a well-rehearsed, entirely media-managed exercise in self-justification.”

  • Japan With Sue Perkins
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    Japan with Sue Perkins

    2019-09-19T09:01:00Z

    “As a travel buddy, Sue Perkins is great fun. But as a satisfying exploration of the country, the programme lacked depth”

  • Love In The Countryside
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    Love in the Countryside

    2019-09-18T09:34:00Z

    “A welcome antidote to the tawdry likes of Naked Attraction.”

  • Crime and Punishment
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    Crime and Punishment

    2019-09-17T09:54:00Z

    “It avoided primped narratives and convenient story arcs and told a messy, complicated story as it is”

  • Temple
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    Temple

    2019-09-16T09:12:00Z

    “Even without the whiplash-inducing plot twist at the end, Sky 1’s virtually indescribable new drama was bona fide bonkers.”

  • Top Boy
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    Top Boy

    2019-09-13T09:31:00Z

    “It is not a flattering portrait of our times, but as a TV drama, it is up there with the best – tense, gripping and relentless”

  • Raiders Of The Lost Past with Dr Janina Ramirez
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    Raiders of the Lost Past

    2019-09-12T10:04:00Z

    “Does a terrific job of bringing disparate parts together into a coherent whole”

  • Suicidal
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    Suicidal

    2019-09-11T09:00:00Z

    “A deeply harrowing feature-length documentary about an epidemic we are failing to address in every sense.”

  • Supermarket Sweep
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    Supermarket Sweep

    2019-09-10T09:05:00Z

    “The whole confection was as cheesy as the dairy aisle yet irresistibly charming”

  • State of the Union
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    State of the Union

    2019-09-09T09:21:00Z

    “As honest and multi-faceted an examination and appreciation of marriage as you could hope to find”

  • The Loudest Voice
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    The Loudest Voice

    2019-09-06T09:01:00Z

    “A well-made, glossy, brilliantly acted drama which only just scrapes the surface of saying anything meaningful”

  • The Big Hospital Experiment
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    The Big Hospital Experiment

    2019-09-05T09:04:00Z

    “A cracking documentary; variously funny, astonishing and very, very moving”

  • The Capture
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    The Capture

    2019-09-04T09:27:00Z

    “The first episode has done enough to suggest a decent midweek shaggy-dog story for back-to-school season.”