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TV Films of the Week – Halloween horror special! TV Films of the Week – Halloween horror special!

FILM OF THE WEEK: Witchfinder General Saturday November 1,... 

Mad Men – What Don, Peggy and Betty did next… Mad Men – What Don, Peggy and Betty did next…

As Matthew Weiner’s stylish, critically acclaimed and brilliantly... 

James Nesbitt: filming The Missing ‘was exhausting’ James Nesbitt: filming The Missing ‘was exhausting’

As Broadchurch proved last year, parents being put through... 

Getting Trollied with Miriam Margoyles Getting Trollied with Miriam Margoyles

A veteran of stage and screen, Miriam Margolyes has enjoyed... 

The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 77 – Blue Exorcist The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 77 – Blue Exorcist

Continuing to look at anime set in schools that would never... 

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News

‘Death In Paradise’ announces guest stars ‘Death In Paradise’ announces guest stars

BBC crime drama Death in Paradise today announced more incredible... 

Jonathan Ross signs new deal with ITV Jonathan Ross signs new deal with ITV

ITV has confirmed a new exclusive deal with broadcaster and... 

Kate Moss to cameo in ‘The Boy In The Dress’ Kate Moss to cameo in ‘The Boy In The Dress’

BBC One announced today that production has started on David... 

Honor Blackman joining ‘You, Me & Them’ Honor Blackman joining ‘You, Me & Them’

Goldfinger and Avengers star Honor Blackman will make a guest... 

S Club 7 Reforming For Children In Need S Club 7 Reforming For Children In Need

One of the most hotly anticipated reunions of the last decade... 

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Reviews

Puppy Love Puppy Love

Puppy Love is a new comedy written by and starring Joanna Scanlan and Vicki Peppardine, the co-creators of the BAFTA nominated Getting On. Scanlan stars as Nana V, a Wirral based dog trainer, whilst Pepperdine is Naomi Singh, a highly strung charity worker who starts attending Nana’s puppy training classes. Their lives become increasingly entangled... [Read more of this review]

Gomorrah Gomorrah

For a municipality that is older than Rome Naples has had a far greater impact upon European culture than is commonly recognised. The poet Virgil lived there. The Renaissance humanist Giovanni Boccaccio spent his formative years on its streets and it was where Caravaggio painted some of his finest works. Not to mention that it was a Neapolitan called... [Read more of this review]

Adventure Time: The Complete Season Two Adventure Time: The Complete Season Two

We welcome the return of the two greatest heroes in the magical, surreal and post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo, in a BAFTA-winning series that has appealed to both children and adults. Once again we follow the adventures of the shape-shifting, viola-playing Jake the Dog (John DiMaggio – Bender from Futurama) and his adoptive brother and best-friend,... [Read more of this review]

The Art of Gothic The Art of Gothic

The British love the Gothic. And whether we realise it or not, our lives are steeped in this, the most foreboding and sinister of aesthetics. From Shakespeare and Dickens to William Blake and The Cure, it haunts our internal and external lives. Cathedrals, churches and administrative buildings up and down the country are stamped with the tell-tale... [Read more of this review]

How To Get Away With Murder How To Get Away With Murder

On the How To Get Away With Murder promo poster in the upper left hand corner, just above the cool stare of Viola Davis’s Professor Keating, are the words “From the Executive Producers of Scandal and Grey’s Anatomy.” Simply from reading these words, without having seen a frame of the show, the audience knows what they’re in for. And if... [Read more of this review]

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