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DEFENDING THE GUILTY REVIEW

Brand new sitcoms these days tend to be very hit or miss.  This week we saw the pilot episode of one based around the judiciary on BBC2 entitled, DEFENDING THE GUILTY. My initial impression was that I really liked it.  It was not perfect and certainly was not a laugh a minute, however there definitely…
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THE REBEL ROYAL REVIEW

When the BBC was formed in 1922, its guiding principles were to inform, educate and entertain the British public.  Today, it still strives to achieve these three Reithian commandments.  A brilliant example of this is the documentary that aired this week on BBC2 entitled, PRINCESS MARGARET: THE REBEL ROYAL. The first part of two sixty…
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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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MILLION POUND MENU REVIEW

MILLION POUND MENU BBC2
''You're fired!''  I mean, ''I'm out!''  I mean, ''cooking doesn't get any tougher than this!''  What I really mean here is that MILLION POUND MENU is a brand new show but it also kind of felt like it wasn't if you get me? It felt like The Apprentice meets Dragons' Den meets MasterChef! Even though…
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