TV Critics – Page 8

  • His Dark Materials
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    His Dark Materials

    2019-11-04T09:51:00Z

    “It’s perfect entertainment for a Sunday night in autumn.”

  • How Europe Stole My Mum
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    How Europe Stole My Mum

    2019-11-01T09:31:00Z

    “It succeeded in something I had long believed unfeasible: it made me laugh, if not exactly about Brexit then in very close proximity to it.”

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    Guilt

    2019-10-31T11:14:00Z

    “A few more like this and people will stop moaning about BBC Scotland being a waste of money”

  • Ben Fogle: New Lives In The Wild
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    Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild

    2019-10-30T10:18:00Z

    “This show has evolved to become the best documentary series on Channel 5.”

  • Who Are You Calling Fat?
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    Who Are You Calling Fat?

    2019-10-29T10:04:00Z

    “An informative, impressively nuanced look at obesity.”

  • Seven Worlds, One Planet
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    Seven Worlds, One Planet

    2019-10-28T10:15:00Z

    “It was all as gorgeous, breath-taking, moving and harrowing as we have come to expect from this world-leading branch of the BBC.”

  • The Accident
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    The Accident

    2019-10-25T08:42:00Z

    “This was bold, knotty drama, powered by a heart-wrenching performance from Sarah Lancashire”

  • Warrior Women with Lupita Nyong'o
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    Warrior Women with Lupita Nyong’o

    2019-10-24T11:06:00Z

    “Celebrity travelogues are hardly an underpopulated genre on our screens, but Lupita Nyong’o at least offered something fresh and enlightening”

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    The British Tribe Next Door

    2019-10-23T09:26:00Z

    “It remains to be seen what the Channel 4 commissioners were smoking when they put this on TV”

  • Watchmen
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    Watchmen

    2019-10-22T08:32:00Z

    “Even if comics and superheroes are not your thing, the sheer originality and oddness will carry you along”

  • Modern Love
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    Modern Love

    2019-10-21T10:04:00Z

    “One long, neutral-toned lifestyle advertisement designed to flatter New York Times readers and Amazon Prime viewers”

  • Giri:Haji
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    Giri/Haji

    2019-10-18T09:40:00Z

    “This bold, bewitching and slightly bonkers eight-parter could be something truly special”

  • In The Long Run
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    In the Long Run

    2019-10-17T08:50:00Z

    “Idris Elba’s warm, witty, semi-autobiographical comedy feels nostalgic and modern, old and new”

  • Lenny Henry's Race Through Comedy
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    Lenny Henry’s Race Through Comedy

    2019-10-16T10:45:00Z

    “It was flabbergasting to look back and see how different the cultural climate was 50 years ago.”

  • Dublin Murders
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    Dublin Murders

    2019-10-15T10:02:00Z

    “Pitched somewhere between a Nordic noir and a classic episode of Cracker, this dark, intriguing series has already wormed its way under my skin”

  • Celebrity Hunted
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    Celebrity Hunted

    2019-10-14T09:00:00Z

    “Without Stanley Johnson this show would have been pretty dull”

  • Million Dollar Wedding Planner
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    Million Dollar Wedding Planner

    2019-10-11T09:38:00Z

    “What could have been an extravagantly point-and-boggle hour was instead infused with larger questions”

  • Van Meegeren: The Forger Who Fooled the Nazis
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    Van Meegeren; Catching Britain’s Killers; Rhythm + Flow

    2019-10-10T10:01:00Z

    “Andrew Graham-Dixon navigated the story most entertainingly, veering between disdain and astonishment”

  • Doing Drugs For Fun?
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    Doing Drugs for Fun?

    2019-10-09T09:54:00Z

    “It manages to be compelling, honest and unpreachy, and treats its subject with robust respect.”

  • Motherland
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    Motherland

    2019-10-08T09:21:00Z

    “The first episode of series two was, for the second half at least, so crazed it was as if it had been at the crack pipe”