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TV Tag Archive

The Big Questions addressed tricky questions in Newcastle

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The BBC’s Sunday morning ethics and faith debate programme, The Big Questions, came to Newcastle last week, offering both students and residents the chance to weigh in on...

Small World, Shared Universe

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In recent years, the ability of the TV industry, especially that of the superhero genre has led to the expansion of franchises to feature their stories using multiple programmes...

Taboo

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For those of you suffering from severe Tom Hardy withdrawal symptoms, fear not, he’s back on our screens in BBC’s Taboo, a show which he not only stars in, but also helped to...

Girls

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The final series of Girls was sure to be explosive for characters Hannah, Marnie, Shoshanna and Jessa. After 6 seasons, Hannah is still trying to discover if she is ‘the voice...

Joel’s Dead Good Shows: Scream Queens

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Horror shows come in all shapes and sizes: some terrify audiences; others providing laughs; and an occasional show may be a guilty pleasure. 2015’s Scream Queens is most...

The Return of Twin Peaks

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The owls are not what they seem… well at least not in the mountain town of Twin Peaks, Washington State. Twin Peaks is hard to describe. It’s not comparable to anything else...

Tears for Piers?

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Piers Morgan is very annoyed. Everything should be great – he is the popular host of ITV’s Good Morning Britain alongside Susanna Reid, his best pal Donald has somehow...

Throwback: The People vs OJ Simpson

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The nature of fiction is that it is created and fuelled by the imagination. That is why when we live in a world where fictional stories are intended to bind our moral fibre, it is...

Calling Time on Call The Midwife

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Call the Midwife’, the innocuous Sunday night BBC drama about a group of midwives in Poplar is entering it’s sixth series this month. The cheery nuns, the starched white...

Making a Show of it – Capitalising on Catastrophe

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A place where no-one worked, where residents wandered around in their pyjamas, smoked 60 a day and collected £286.60 benefits each week. This was the image of the Moorside...