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The End of the F***ing World: Bonnie and Clyde meets British suburbia

Dark, comical and unexpectedly poignant, Channel 4’s adaptation of the story of two unlikely teens on the run from normality, is a charming and edgy modern-day take on Bonnie and Clyde.

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Review: Deutschland 83

Channel 4’s Walter Presents drama series offers the best that foreign actors, studios and directors to the British public. Deutschland 83 is a prime example of this.

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Review: BBC1’s “The C-Word”

Becky Lancashire reviews “The C-Word” – a moving documentary featuring actress Sheridan Smith portraying one woman’s journey with cancer.

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re:View – Bates Motel

TV review by Cody Maltby Bates’ Motel is a prequel to the Hitchcock suspense classic Psycho, about the teenage years of that films infamous killer Norman Bates.

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Top Gear make surprise stop in Lincoln

Jeremy Clarkson and James May made a scene in Lincoln when their electric cars broke down when filming for an upcoming series of the BBC Two show “Top Gear”.

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‘The Event’ will end like all other successful US TV shows

Ed Cottingham takes a look at US TV’s inability to let things go out on a high, instead choosing to milk a programme until it’s drained of any integrity.

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Online TV service SeeSaw launched

Beware the new perfect time waster: there’s a new website to watch TV shows legally and for free. Jonathan Cresswell has been trying the service.

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