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Saturday, September 22, 2018

All for one: The Musketeers review

The BBC's adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' classic is a welcome reinvention

Channel 4’s Derry Girls: A review

In Channel 4’s latest comedy offering we see familiar stories of teenage antics transported to a troubled corner of Northern Ireland during the ‘90s....

Bake-Off: the show the nation can’t get enough of

The Great British Bake Off, when you look past the basic mechanics of baking preposterously ornate cakes against the clock, harks back to the Britain of the 1950s, replete with bunting, cheeky innuendo and half decent summer weather.

Downton diary: episode 4

Isabelle Bousquette continues our blog on the new series of Britain's favourite period drama

TV Review: The Knick

When Steven Soderbergh announced that he was no longer directing movies, cinema lost a fascinating, multifaceted talent. This is the man who made films...

TV review: Hard Sun, a gritty crime drama with a twist

Power, murder, corruption, mystery, betrayal and guilt. On paper the script of Hard Sun contains all the makings of an ambitious crime drama. But...

The power of serialisation

The great artistic innovators, throughout time, have always pushed the boundaries of their chosen medium. From Tarantino to Pratchett, Nolan to Miller, part of...

Downton diary: episode 5

Get caught up with the latest goings on at Downton Abbey with our regular blog

Breaking Bad: going out on a high

[SPOILER WARNING] The most talked-about show of the last decade, Breaking Bad has become a phenomenon. As the final season draws to a close, Molly Curren explains why it was such a success

TV week in review: 06/04/14

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon touring around Italy is the surprise highlight of this week's television