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Even More TV Options: Non-US-Made Shows

It is truly a great time for television. While most of the focus of this version of the Golden Age of Television (and all of the previous versions) has been US-centric, there is an increasing interest in non-US made TV. 629 more words


Minder (1979-84)

Another great British TV series. Dennis Waterman is Terry McCann, a former boxer hired by conman Arthur Daley (George Cole) as a minder whose job is to protect him from other crooks. 268 more words


Favourite British TV Shows (1970's to 1990's)

Since I was a kid, I’ve been watching British television and films and I thought I’d share some of my favourites that I recommend to anyone with a craving for some accents, hilarity and exceptional talent. 517 more words


No. 310: BBC Arts

As my time continues to tick away–only 44 days until I have to leave France–I am starting to notice a lot more little things I am going to miss about living in France. 158 more words


TV Review: The Hour 2

I first watched The Hour two years ago. I put off watching the second series this long because the ending was spoiled for me. Finally, however, my love for the show overcame my fear what was to come, and I’m so glad I finished the series. 740 more words

Utopia review - Series Two Episode Two

Episode two took us back to the present day with a sort of ‘where are they now?’ catch-up with all the characters. It was a table-setting episode more than anything, and a little slow as a result, but there were a few outstanding moments and, if nothing else, the aesthetic on… 931 more words


Utopia review - Series Two Episode One

Utopia returns at a time most appropriate. Suspicion of the establishment is at an all time low. Parliament, it seems, is an unregulated hotbed of paedophilia, fraud and cover-ups. 1,133 more words