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TV

Seizing the means of production

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TV Editor Luke Acton shares his views on the rapidly shrinking size of Netflix’s library and discusses their big money moves into producing their very own content library...

Shots from above

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We sent TCTV’s Head of Production, Haaris Qureshi, along to The Royal Television Society’s latest event, ‘Drones or Helicopters; Truth or Lies?’ Here’s what he...

Autumn Picks

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As the warm weather gradually disappears and is replaced by rapidly darkening evenings, we can all take solace in the fact that autumn is undoubtedly, the best time of year to...

Review: Luke Cage

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Luke Cage is exactly what the world needs right now, while being a disappointment as a show at the same time. Netflix’s newest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe gives us...

Review: Our Girl

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Series Two of BBC’s five-part drama Our Girl came to an end on Wednesday evening with a compelling concluding episode. The story focuses on Georgie Lane (Michelle Keegan), a...

Review: Mr Robot

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If you want to avoid some awkward moments with your new flatmates, you might want to skip on recommending you all sit down to watch Mr Robot. At first sight, this can seem like a...

Review: The Apprentice

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It’s that time of year again, pumpkins are in the shops, costumes are a plenty and Lord Sugar is looking for a new investment – the fight for the £250K begins. As usual,...

Throwback – Flavor of Love

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Notoriously difficult to find online, Flavor of Love, the show following Public Enemy’s Flava Flav on his quest for love, is my guilty pleasure and my new obsession. The premise...

Leave ‘em Laughing

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Whether it be Spaced, I’m Alan Partridge’ The Office or even Fawlty Towers, all of us have watched, or are at least aware of, one of these short British comedies of about two...

The Bake Off Break Off

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Have Channel 4 bitten off more than they can chew? Aisling Hough and Dominic Corrigan give us the lowdown on the tent’s latest controversy...