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Funny Cow (15) Review

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Maxine Peake leaps off the screen as the eponymous Funny Cow. This is a film which will divide, a marmite sandwich in a world of avocado on rye. Funny Cow is one of the most...

Why British Comedy is the Best

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'In the disheartening era of Grand Overlord Trump and #MeToo', Beth Chrisp explains why British comedy is needed (and the best)...

Mother’s Day Jukebox

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The Courier Music writers reflect on what their mother's musical taste means to them... ...

Review: Derry Girls

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Beth Chrisp reviews Channel 4's hit new comedy, Derry Girls. ...

Why do adults still watch cartoons?

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With animated shows like Rick and Morty becoming instant hits, joining classics like The Simpsons, Beth Chrisp delves into why adults love cartoons so much....

Golden Oldie: Harold and Maude (1971)

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Beth Chrisp discusses this 1971 classic for this week's column ...

Year of the Woman: Broad City

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As women in the UK won the right to vote 100 years ago, Beth Chrisp reviews a show which empowers women on our screens....

Best TV Couples of All Time

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As Valentine's Day approaches, three writers put forward their favourite TV couple of all time. ...

From Barry to Craggy Island: the best Christmas specials on television

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Two of our writers relive their favourite Christmas specials of all time. ...

Top 10 TV Shows of 2017

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As 2017 comes to an end, we've compiled a list of the Top 10 shows from the last year. ...