2015: The Highlights

Now You See It: Making Saturday Magic?

Secrets, murders and seaside: Broadchurch

CBB: Conceited, Brash & Bitchy

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    2015: The Highlights

    As we welcome a brand new year, writers Olivia Tracey and Roshni Patel give their top picks of the TV shows to look forward to in 2015...

    Written by Roshni Patel & Olivia Tracey on 27th January 2015

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    Now You See It: Making Saturday Magic?

    It's BBC's latest primetime show, keeping audiences entertained over their Saturday night take-away. But can Now You See It truly make your Saturday evening magical? Roshni Patel gives us her summary of the new show.

    Written by Roshni Patel on 27th January 2015

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    Secrets, murders and seaside: Broadchurch

    It's perhaps the most secretive drama on television: but with the highly-anticipated second series hitting on TV screens, is Broadchurch still a secret worth keeping? Matt Dawson investigates.

    Written by Matt Dawson on 26th January 2015

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    CBB: Conceited, Brash & Bitchy

    Love it or hate, Celebrity Big Brother will be taking over our TV screens this January with more drama, glitz and ego than you might be able to handle. Ella Talbot tells us how this latest series stacks up against the rest.

    Written by Ella Talbot on 26th January 2015

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    The National Television Awards: Our Verdict

    It's known as the only television award ceremony voted for solely by the public and hails the best of the last year in TV. But did the NTAs get it right this year? TV editor Shannon Carey weighs up the winners and gives her verdict on the awards.

    Written by Shannon Carey on 26th January 2015

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    Cockroaches: Standing the Test of Time?

    It is ITV2's latest comedy, set in a post-apocalyptic world full of cannibals and confusion. Lead by a cast of rising talents and aiming to follow in the footsteps of similar ITV shows like Plebs, Lucie Turner questions whether Cockroaches can stand the test of time.

    Written by Lucie Turner on 26th January 2015

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    Redbrick TV Meets: Esther Smith

    She is one of Britain's rising talents on our TV screens, having appeared in Skins, Misfits and the latest series of Cuckoo. Ahead of the launch of ITV2's new comedy series, Cockroaches, TV editor Shannon Carey interviews Esther Smith about the show and her career so far.

    Written by Shannon Carey on 26th January 2015

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    Supernatural: The Boys Are Back In Town

    After being dropped by Sky Living, the US hit series Supernatural returns to terrestrial television as E4 picks the boys up for Season 9.

    Written by Roshni Patel on 10th January 2015

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    Revenge: Round 4

    Even after four seasons, there is still plenty of Revenge to be had. The scales of power have shifted and Emily’s back to claim the throne at the castle.

    Written by Roshni Patel on 9th January 2015

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    2014: A TV Year in Review

    As we say goodbye to 2014 and hello to a brand new year, we look at last year of television as Redbrick TV writers give their top highlights of 2014.

    Written by Shannon Carey, Matt McCrory, Ella Talbot, Blaise Radley, Matt Dawson, Will Blanchard, Jaffrina Jahan & Lucie Turner on 1st January 2015

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    TV at Christmas: Our Favourite Festive Tradition?

    After all the presents have been opened and the roast has been devoured, there’s only one thing you’ll be doing this Christmas…

    Written by Shannon Carey on 23rd December 2014

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    The Missing: a controversial finale to a gripping drama?

    As the highly talked about BBC series reaches its' conclusion, writer Olivia Tracey questions what impact the finale really had and whether the mystery is finally solved.

    Written by Olivia Tracey on 19th December 2014
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