TV

Has Black Mirror signalled game-over for traditional TV?

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Amy Brown evaluates Black Mirror's recent innovative venture involving interactive TV...

TV Time Machine: Outnumbered

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Grace Dean travels back to the noughties classic Outnumbered for our TV Time Machine....

The top 5 television couples of all time

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Winifred Hewitt-Wright shares her all-time favourite romantic duos in television that you should watch this Valentine's....

RuPaul season eleven air date announced

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Sophie Hicks gives a run down of the Queens on screen this season....

Review: Luther Season 5

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Sophie Hicks reflects on the latest series of Luther, which may not have lived up to the hype....

Valentines Day Netflix Pick ‘n’ Mix- Lovesick

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In lieu of Valentine's Day Carys Thomas watches Lovesick...

Time to clock back into The Office?

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Sophie Hicks discusses her reservations over a possible reboot of The Office...

Review: Karl Pilkington’s Sick of It

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Karl Pilkington stars opposite himself in his recent sitcom Sick of It, a series in six parts, each a nugget-sized twenty minutes. In his kitchen sink comedy, Sick of It,...

Time to scrub up – should the surgical sitcom return?

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When I was presented with the notion of a Scrubs reunion, my heart leapt. The thought of seeing Turk and JD’s “guy-love”, Dr Cox’s dry cynicism and Ted’s acapella group,...

Remembering the first British news broadcaster

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On 17th November this year, Richard Baker died. His name may not be known to you but you will know his work. Baker was the first ever British news broadcaster, starting in July...