TV Critics – Page 7

  • The Final Mission: Foxy's War
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    The Final Mission: Foxy’s War

    2019-05-31T08:34:00Z

    “His interview technique was a weakness but the former soldier did take a camera into situations that spoke more clearly than any words”

  • The Virtues
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    The Virtues

    2019-05-30T09:10:00Z

    “The gift of all those involved is to make such a story compelling and to induce great compassion in the viewer”

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    The Planets

    2019-05-29T09:27:00Z

    “The cutting-edge visuals are worthy of a space movie, not least the cosmic round of ten-pin bowling at the dawn of the galaxy”

  • Thatcher: A Very British Revolution
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    Thatcher: A Very British Revolution

    2019-05-28T09:40:00Z

    “The journey back in time was as interesting as the subject herself”

  • Riviera
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    Riviera

    2019-05-24T08:53:00Z

    “This wasn’t so much a compelling drama as a glossy lifestyle catalogue”

  • Summer of Rockets
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    Summer of Rockets

    2019-05-23T09:01:00Z

    “Cleared the launch pad, but the landing may yet prove a bumpy one.”

  • Alistair Campbell Depression And Me
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    Alastair Campbell: Depression and Me

    2019-05-22T08:39:00Z

    “Seeing Campbell explain his experience to camera was a startling, necessary glimpse of the reality of how depression can descend so fast”

  • Hatton Garden
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    Hatton Garden

    2019-05-21T08:34:00Z

    “It was splendid in a downbeat, understated, attention-to-detail way”

  • Gentleman Jack
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    Gentleman Jack

    2019-05-20T08:52:00Z

    “Took a lusty delight in defying all the conventions of costume drama”

  • David Harewood: Psychosis And Me
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    David Harewood: Psychosis and Me

    2019-05-17T08:59:00Z

    “It was moving and fascinating, an intensely personal story told for the public good.”

  • The Virtues
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    The Virtues

    2019-05-16T09:11:00Z

    “Relentlessly powerful television”

  • Years And Years
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    Years And Years

    2019-05-15T08:42:00Z

    “Davies has not lost the knack for creating fleshy drama with a beating heart that thinks big urgent thoughts”

  • One Day In Gaza
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    One Day in Gaza

    2019-05-14T08:43:00Z

    “This was about as level-headed and even-handed as documentaries about Israel and the Palestinians can be”

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

    2019-05-13T08:43:00Z

    “A rare and fascinating look at a woefully underexplored and under-recognised phenomenon”

  • Our Dementia Choir With Vicky McClure
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    Our Dementia Choir with Vicky McClure

    2019-05-10T08:41:00Z

    “A beautifully judged documentary, it showed just the right amounts of light and shade and never became overly sentimental.”

  • Brexit: Behind Closed Doors
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    Brexit: Behind Closed Doors

    2019-05-09T08:39:00Z

    “The growing sense that we’re watching a car crash in slow motion was only reinforced by this film”

  • Chernobyl
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    Chernobyl

    2019-05-08T08:36:00Z

    “Sky’s best home-grown production to date, and one of the best television dramas so far this year”

  • Line Of Duty
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    Line of Duty

    2019-05-07T09:33:00Z

    “In a glorious Mercurio back catalogue, this was one of his B-sides”

  • Our Dementia Choir With Vicky McClure
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    Our Dementia Choir with Vicky McClure

    2019-05-03T08:46:00Z

    “We love to see a presenter whose passion spills over into the documentary, and Vicky McClure was the perfect choice.”

  • Forensics: The Real CSI
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    Forensics: The Real CSI

    2019-05-02T08:40:00Z

    ”Those with a genuine interest in the science of forensics will be fascinated by this documentary.”