Television

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Like a pub argument on Love Island – The Jury TV series shows all that’s wrong with Britain's judicial system | Simon Jenkins
The level of debate was like a saloon bar shouting match. But all juries need reform, says Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins

Simon Jenkins

01, Mar, 2024 @1:00 PM

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Disney’s Shōgun breaks mould with careful respect for Japanese culture
High-budget series with largely Japanese cast avoids well-worn western orientalist fantasies and wins plaudits in Japan

Justin McCurry in Tokyo

01, Mar, 2024 @12:37 PM

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Is the Wendy Williams docuseries saving a vulnerable person, or exploiting her? | Tayo Bero
A new series about the former talkshow host is less of a journalistic exposé and more of a voyeuristic mess

Tayo Bero

01, Mar, 2024 @11:01 AM

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Dead Hot review – it’s Skins meets Queer As Folk … but way weirder
Charlotte Coben’s zany thriller about a missing man who left a severed finger behind has plenty of whiplash-inducing twists. She’s clearly cut from the same cloth as her dad Harlan

Rebecca Nicholson

01, Mar, 2024 @8:00 AM

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TV tonight: it’s Eurovision party time with Graham Norton and Olly Alexander
Two months out from the big event, UK contestant Alexander reveals the video for his song. Plus: it’s Snatch Week in RuPaul’s Drag Race!

Hollie Richardson, Kayleigh Dray, Hannah Verdier, Phil Harrison and Simon Wardell

01, Mar, 2024 @6:10 AM

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The Completely Made-Up Adventures of Dick Turpin review – Noel Fielding comedy feels like daylight robbery
The Mighty Boosh star brings his usual chaotic whimsy to this show about a would-be highwayman – but even a cast packed with comic geniuses can’t remove the stench of ‘Will this do?’

Lucy Mangan

01, Mar, 2024 @5:00 AM

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3 Body Problem, After Yang and Napoleon: what’s new to streaming in Australia in March
Plus a rueful Adam Sandler, a delightful Judy Blume adaptation and a Road House remake

Luke Buckmaster

01, Mar, 2024 @3:00 AM

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Darren McGarvey: The State We’re In review – this whip-smart look at life in the UK absolutely flies by
How did Britain get to this point – and what can be done? The Scottish musician and writer’s provocative documentary comes at the question from a highly refreshing perspective

Rebecca Nicholson

29, Feb, 2024 @10:00 PM

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Things You Should Have Done review – there’s tons of potential in this surreal comedy
Chi With a C’s online skits have been a hit – and now she has her own BBC Three series. There’s a fine cast, and numerous very funny moments – even if it can feel underbaked

Lucy Mangan

29, Feb, 2024 @9:30 PM

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Dave Myers obituary
One half of the Hairy bikers duo who combined their love of cooking and motorcycles to create a hit TV show

Stuart Jeffries

29, Feb, 2024 @5:23 PM

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For ‘mob rule’, Rishi Sunak, look no further than your cabinet | Brief letters
Brief letters: Chaos at the top | A Breathtaking reminder | Ending sentences with prepositions | Getting hold of British Gas

29, Feb, 2024 @5:13 PM

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Jimmy Kimmel on Mitch McConnell stepping down to ‘spend more time with the other 500-year-old turtles’
Late-night hosts discuss the Senate Republican leader and Trump’s less-than-stellar Michigan primary performance

Guardian staff

29, Feb, 2024 @3:05 PM

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