Throwback: Dexter

The Representation of Women of Colour in OITNB

Review: Raised by Wolves

First Dates: Bring On The Awkward

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    Throwback: Dexter

    From, 2006 to 2013, Dexter proved itself to be a 'killer' drama in more ways than one... TV critic Matt Dawson looks back on the series and shows us why it should be remembered.

    Written by Matt Dawson on 8th April 2015

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    The Representation of Women of Colour in OITNB

    Orange is the New Black is known for tackling controversial topics: but how does the show represent women of an ethnic minority? TV critic Aamina Siddiqi explores.

    Written by Aamina Siddiqi on 5th April 2015

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    Review: Raised by Wolves

    It's Channel 4's latest comedy, following an unconventional family in Wolverhampton. But can become one of the channel's leading comedy series? Ella Downing investigates.

    Written by Ella Downing on 31st March 2015

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    First Dates: Bring On The Awkward

    The first date scenario is one we all know too well - but what happens when it's filmed for a TV documentary series? Writer Ella Downing gives her view of Channel 4's First Dates, which puts all the first date awkwardness right on your television screen.

    Written by Ella Downing on 30th March 2015

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    Clarkson Controversy: The Debate

    Jeremy Clarkson is never one to shy away from controversy, and his recent firing after clashing with a BBC producer has been no exception. TV critic Matt McCrory weighs up whether the BBC were right to remove Clarkson or not.

    Written by Matt McCrory on 30th March 2015

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    Bluestone 42 Return to Duty

    It can be hard to combine comedy and war, but this is the premise behind BBC3's Bluestone 42. But is it successful? Olivia Tracey reviews the opening episode of series 2.

    Written by Olivia Tracey on 24th March 2015

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    The Walking Dead: Revived

    The Walking Dead is still going strong with its fifth season. TV Critic Harry Turner explores how the series has managed to get itself back on form after a flawed previous season.

    Written by Harry Turner on 24th March 2015

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    The Return of Poldark

    It's back on our screens after nearly 40 years - but can the new version of Poldark stand the test of time or will it be resigned back into history? Writer Roshni Patel investigates.

    Written by Roshni Patel on 23rd March 2015

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    India’s Daughter

    With International Women's Day earlier this month, there was a chance to celebrate women: but there are still some women who are forgotten about around the world. TV writer Ella Downing talks about recent BBC documentary 'India's Daughter' and why we should spare a thought for these women.

    Written by Ella Downing on 21st March 2015

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    House of Cards refuses to fold

    It's one of the series that has put Netflix on the map, and now House of Cards is back. But can the exploits of Frank Underwood keep us entertained? Critic William Blanchard investigates.

    Written by Will Blanchard on 21st March 2015

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    Masterchef: If You Can’t Stand the Heat…

    If you watch TV at all, you'll know cooking shows are very much in right now - but can Masterchef stand tall among the rest? Writer Aamina Siddiqi reviews the new series here.

    Written by Aamina Siddiqi on 20th March 2015

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    Broadchurch Series 2: The Finale

    Broadchurch series 2 was heavily anticipated when it returned to our screens - but it was also heavily scrutinised by viewers for not matching the standard of series 1. Critic Matt McCrory explores whether the finale proved the show to be a hit or more of a miss.

    Written by Matt McCrory on 15th March 2015
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