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Cult Movie Essentials: Naked (1993)

I’ll start with a quick run-down of the synopsis as that is all we have to go on as far as ‘plot’ is concerned. Don’t misunderstand me as this is a masterpiece of assured and dark direction, devastatingly witty dialogue and one of the finest and versatile displays from an actor in an almost impossible sea of words I have ever watched. 387 more words


Doctor Who 10th anniversary: 10 must watch new Who episodes – Midnight

This low-key David Tennant episode from 2008 may well have been a last minute addition to the series but it boasted an incredible cast and one of the most unnerving and downright horrible villains to ever grace Doctor Who. 565 more words


3 stories of remembrance

tomorrow evening (wednesday 28th), 10.45-11.15pm, on bbc 1
the holocaust: a story of remembrance (narrated by lesley sharp, and produced and directed by anna cox) (part of… 194 more words

Naked (1993)

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Review: Scott & Bailey (S4 E4/8), Wednesday 1st October, ITV

Rachel Bailey’s (Suranne Jones) man-famine is over. Following an unusually fallow period the most sexually voracious cop in Manchester is back in the saddle. And for a nice change it isn’t with a married man, so you’d think she’d want to shout her love from the rooftops.  653 more words

British Crime Drama

Review: Scott & Bailey (S4 E3/8), Wednesday 24th September, ITV

As predicted here last week, the return of Prodigal Mom Sharon has reduced the life of Rachel Bailey (Suranne Jones) – which was starting to take an upward trajectory (at least career-wise) – to its default position of disarray in record time.  519 more words

British Crime Drama

Review: Scott & Bailey (S4 E2/8), Wednesday 17th September, ITV

It had to happen; Rachel Bailey (Suranne Jones), deliriously happy after being promoted last week, began to unravel mentally in double-quick time in the second episode. 506 more words

British Crime Drama