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TV Tag Archive

Trump TV: The Apprentice and WWE

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So it’s been almost a month now since Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States of America. As the Alt-right rejoice and the Social Justice Warriors whine...

Mid-season Breakdown

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Time and time again it happens. Every week you nestle into your favourite spot on the sofa, snacks in hand, ready for the latest episode of your favourite show. Over the past...

Throwback: Skins

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Shortly following its 10th Birthday, Skins has recently been the talk of many a recent news website and clickbait provider. Even on All4, its Boxset is currently being advertised...

Ronja the Robber’s Daughter

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Although Japanese animation studio Studio Ghibli is famous for its feature films, responsible for classics such as Spirited Away and My Neighbour Totoro, they are making a foray...

Heart Shaped Box Set

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It’s that time of year again. The dreaded commercial love-fest has descended upon us once again, all guns blazing, complete with abnormally long queues of ill-prepared...

Northern Stage: Newcastle on-screen

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Though nowadays we wouldn’t think twice about the Toon’s presence in mainstream media (cheers Geordie Shore), Newcastle has historically had a hard time finding a home on our...

Throwback – True Detective

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Ahh, True Detective Season 1 (who are we kidding, that other season with Colin Farrell doesn’t exist). True Detective is a televised triumph. A lot of TV shows are good, and...

Manage Your Speculations – Bill Nye

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In what is being dubbed the Post-Truth era, in a world of alternative facts, climate change denial and criticism of experts, there’s one thing that we can rely on: Netflix. So,...

Delicious

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Cornwall and good food. These are two things the four episode drama has to offer and succeeds at. It then mixes love, infidelity and a subtle pinch of dark comedy in what becomes...

Sherlock

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When a show has been absent from our screens for three years and then returns with just three episodes, there’s no room for error. Luckily, the fourth series of BBC’s Sherlock...