Science and nature TV

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The week in TV: Colin in Black and White; The Outlaws; The Long Call; Universe
Netflix covers almost all bases in its hybrid series on knee-taking quarterback Colin Kaepernick; the stars collide for Stephen Merchant and Brian Cox; and move over Vera?

Barbara Ellen

31, Oct, 2021 @9:30 AM

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Chris Packham: ‘People like me have a very aggravated sense of injustice’
At his New Forest home, the broadcaster and activist discusses autism, Extinction Rebellion and his Self-Isolating Bird Club

Tim Adams

18, Jul, 2021 @11:00 AM

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Dr Christian Jessen on how we made TV’s Embarrassing Bodies
‘We were a lifesaver for people with things – such as wonky boobs – that the NHS might only consider cosmetic’

Interviews by Caitlin Tilley

14, Jun, 2021 @2:13 PM

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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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Hobbit forming: how Dominic Monaghan became obsessed with scorpions
Dominic Monaghan has starred in Lord of the Rings and Lost. But neither compare to the joys of gardening in LA – and raising deadly creatures

Ryan Gilbey

25, Apr, 2021 @2:00 PM

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The week in TV: The Pembrokeshire Murders; The Great Pottery Throw Down and more
A real-life crime drama reveals the plod of police work, kiln beats cake as a crafty contest returns, and Bollywood comes under the harshest spotlight

Euan Ferguson

17, Jan, 2021 @9:30 AM

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The week in TV: In the Face of Terror; David Attenborough; Deaf U; Agatha and the Midnight Murders
The pain of families bereaved by Isis, and the realities of being young and deaf

Euan Ferguson

11, Oct, 2020 @8:30 AM

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The week in TV: Away; Planet Earth: A Celebration; Strike and more - review
Hilary Swank can’t save Netflix’s clunking mission to Mars

Euan Ferguson

06, Sep, 2020 @8:30 AM

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King of the swingers: what Primates tells us about our locked-down world
From the orangutans that lived undisturbed for 700,000 years to the frolicking rhesus macaques of Kathmandu, the BBC’s new nature blockbuster brings us closer than ever to the planet of the apes

Stuart Jeffries

22, Apr, 2020 @5:00 AM

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Chris Packham urges TV makers to shout louder about nature crises
Springwatch presenter laments past failure of environmental shows to spark action

Patrick Barkham

21, Jan, 2020 @11:00 PM

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The 50 best TV shows of 2019: the full list
The pick of the year’s top television featured ghosts, gangsters, comedy buffoons – and a hot priest

19, Dec, 2019 @8:47 AM

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'I was peeing and a polar bear popped up!' Secrets of Seven Worlds, One Planet
Shooting poachers, circling polar bears, flailing four-tonne seals, singing rhinos and the world’s roughest sea … the team behind Attenborough’s latest extravaganza relive their thrills and spills

Interviews by Kate Abbott

26, Nov, 2019 @3:03 PM

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