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THE MIGHTY REDCAR REVIEW

For anyone who gets snobby about watching reality soap operas, think of THE MIGHTY REDCAR as a study in social mobility and it works fine. Apart from the slightly uncomfortable feeling that you are admiring human achievement in the face of social adversity, whilst peeking through the curtains into your dysfunctional neighbour’s garden. Redcar is…
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THE MISADVENTURES OF ROMESH RANGANATHAN REVIEW

THE MISADVENTURES OF ROMESH RANGANATHAN BBC2
THE MISADVENTURES OF ROMESH RANGANATHAN is a disappointingly predictable programme, showing yet another comedian travelling to some of the most beautiful, but dangerous, places in the world. Akin to other shows, such as "Ed’s Great Big Adventure” and the “Slow Train through Africa”, currently on UK TV. In Episode 1 we see Romesh and his guide (local Journalist…
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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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SECRET AGENT SELECTION: WW2 REVIEW

SECRET AGENT SELECTION WW2 BBC2
World War 2 was as bad as that name sounds, and most of us probably can't imagine what it was like for anyone who experienced it. But SECRET AGENT SELECTION: WW2 gives us a small insight into a single specific part, and it's gripping. In this new competition series, 14 recruits go through the challenges,…
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