“An open-minded, generous-hearted look at an underexamined subject”

A Cut Too Far? Male Circumcision

“A Cut Too Far? raised a plethora of fascinating questions and if it didn’t – couldn’t – come up with any answers, it still stood out as an open-minded, generous-hearted look at an underexamined subject. And touched, occasionally, with grace.”
Lucy Mangan, The Guardian

“Adnan Sarwar’s conclusion – strict regulation but not an outright ban for fear of driving the practice underground – felt about right, and consistent with a measured examination of an overlooked topic.”
Gabriel Tate, The Telegraph

“Trevor McDonald fronted the show along with the affable Julia Bradbury and it was a perfectly pleasant, unpretentious countdown, clearly done on a budget, but no worse for it. At a time when national self-esteem isn’t high, thanks to the farce that is Brexit, it was good to be reminded that this country is full of absolute gems.”
Carol Midgely, The Times

“ITV sidestepped the arguments by concentrating on buildings and places, not people, and so turned potentially the most debatable show of the year into the dullest. The nearest we got to edgy opinion was Eamonn Holmes at the Giant’s Causeway in County Antrim.”
Christopher Stevens, Daily Mail