Beesley’s new comedy explores a heady world of sex, drugs and insulating glass units.
The whole staggering scene whittled down into a feeble little dribble of sexism. And absolutely no oppositional voice.
The show’s expertise seems to be leaching away. Too often, its journalists end up telling me something I already know.
The candidates make some disgusting foodstuffs. Again.
On the pop culture podcast this week, we talk the new film Victor Frankenstein, have a go at Parks and Recreation, and rhapsodise about BBC sitcom Detectorists.
Over the years, Macleod has perfected the tones of the world’s least extravagant teacher for Composer of the Week. One opera, however, left him lost for words.
I’ve seen Channel 4's The Murder Detectives described elsewhere as “gripping”. I’m going to come over all honest and transgressive, and tell you that I was quite often quite bored.
Like two nuclear bombs colliding, the candidates morph into estate agents.
As one quits and another accuses the show of “fixing” a winner, why are The Apprentice candidates rising up against their televisual oppressors?
On the pop culture podcast this week, we talk albums from Joanna Newsom, Bjork and Grimes, Todd Haynes film Carol, and comedy web series Ex-Best.
It may not make for happy viewing, but excellent acting elevates Capital above its rather schematic progenitor.
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