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The week in TV: Anne Boleyn; Mare of Easttown; Sweet Tooth; The Anti-Vax Conspiracy
Jodie Turner-Smith is a mesmerising presence in the decidedly uneven Anne Boleyn, Kate Winslet bows out and will be sorely missed, while a history of the anti-vax movement is both startling and enraging

Euan Ferguson

06, Jun, 2021 @8:30 AM

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Mare of Easttown finale review – Kate Winslet drama is a stunning, harrowing success
The actor’s turn as a complex, fallible detective has been a privilege to witness, in a murder mystery that kept us guessing right to the profoundly moving end

Lucy Mangan

31, May, 2021 @9:15 PM

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Edward St Aubyn: 'I never read things about myself because I’m so easily crushed'
The novelist on trying to escape Patrick Melrose, recovering from long Covid and putting to rest rumours that he wrote the eulogy for Princess Diana

Hadley Freeman

20, Mar, 2021 @11:00 AM

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Picture of Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson for upcoming series released
Drama called This Sceptred Isle on first Covid wave will air next year on Sky Atlantic and Now TV

Caroline Davies

25, Feb, 2021 @3:09 PM

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The week in TV: ZeroZeroZero; The Drowning; The Repair Shop; Craftivism; Ramy – review
A new mafia drama boldly goes where all mafia dramas have gone before, while Ramy finally makes his debut on a UK channel

Euan Ferguson

07, Feb, 2021 @9:30 AM

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Sitting comfortably? Top TV treats to raise your spirits in 2021
It’s in with the old and the new, as broadcasters and streaming platforms serve up a slew of fresh dramas, favourite series, comedy hits and debuts

Sarah Hughes

03, Jan, 2021 @8:45 AM

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The Undoing: perfect whodunnit gripping more than one nation
David E Kelley show has confidence in its own abilities and offers respite from world’s insoluble problems

Lucy Mangan

27, Nov, 2020 @12:50 PM

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Lovecraft Country recap: season one, episode eight – real life racist murder haunts our heroes
HBO’s fantasy sci-fi confronts the harsh truth of 1950s America with an inventive episode that opens on Emmett Till’s funeral

Ellen E Jones

05, Oct, 2020 @11:30 AM

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The Third Day review – will Jude Law make it out alive?
This portentous, pagan-tinged series about a man trapped on a mysterious island is full of spooky intrigue – if you can handle the absurdity of it all

Lucy Mangan

15, Sep, 2020 @9:10 PM

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On my radar: Daisy Edgar-Jones's cultural highlights
The Normal People star on livestreamed theatre, the best TV show she’s ever seen and a gem from her dad’s record collection

16, Aug, 2020 @8:00 AM

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Juno Temple: 'Real eroticism is about how somebody’s sweat tastes'
Temple and Hugh Skinner play ill-matched newlyweds in an adaptation of Anais Nin’s erotic classic Little Birds. They discuss restrictive underwear, sexual liberation and the worst thing about sex scenes

Ellen E Jones

03, Aug, 2020 @7:00 AM

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My Brilliant Friend review – sink into a slice of this Neapolitan delight
Gripping, heartbreaking, and beautiful, the second series of the gorgeous Elena Ferrante adaptation shows no signs of slacking

Rebecca Nicholson

19, Jun, 2020 @9:10 PM

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