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AMERICAN HISTORY’S BIGGEST FIBS REVIEW

AMERICAN HISTORY'S BIGGEST FIBS BBC4
The national myth upon which so many country’s patriotism is based is so often vital to a sense of community between disparate people. What binds the people of Texas and Massachusetts more than their common belief in the predestination of America’s future - that since the days of the Revolution, the country has been marching…
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HIDDEN WALES REVIEW

HIDDEN WALES BBC4
Documentary series such as HIDDEN WALES are a staple of the BBC’s schedule. Whether you watch them or not, they are as intrinsically part of the BBC’s makeup as dramas and soaps. In the last few years there has been a boom in making history documentaries that, rather than simply explaining a particular part of…
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VIC & BOB’S BIG NIGHT OUT REVIEW

Somebody once told me, ‘Never be a pioneer.’ That somebody went on to have exactly zero number one records, fail to write a best-selling novel and certainly never watched a single episode of VIC AND BOB'S BIG NIGHT OUT. It was December 1991 when I found myself in a crowded pub in Teddington with Jonathan…
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CAMILLA AHLGREN INTERVIEW (THE BRIDGE, QUICKSAND)

CAMILLA AHLGREN THE BRIDGE
Interview with THE BRIDGE writer CAMILLA AHLGREN. She talks about Saga jailed, questioning identity and new series Quicksand. Season 4 of The Bridge (available on DVD from 2 July) starts with Henrik looking for the truth about what happened to his children and family. Meanwhile Saga remains in prison, as the jury deliberate whether she…
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