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What does a writer-in-residence at a cemetery actually do? Precisely as you’d imagine: wanders the graves noting evocative things chiselled in stone.
Writer Charlie Covell located all the plot holes that might have left an audience in doubt, and returned to neatly sew them up.
The myth emerged at a time when Eastern European folklore seemed particularly exotic to Western Europeans.
“Experiments” like this can’t hope to unpick the complex effect of such things as our genes and our toxic food culture on our bodies.
The tension is hideous. I am a blinking cursor, anticipating instructions.
Actors Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey are watching every episode of The Office (US) for the first time since performing in it.
Writer Jack Thorn adds intensifying extra layers to his plot that other, inferior writers might consider unnecessary.
Despite the title, there aren’t many secrets to be found here.
Who cares about empathetic, smart television when we could have a good laugh at the Himba women using an iron for the first time?
We are gathered here today for the funeral of the word “empowering”, which finally passed into complete and utter meaninglessness on primetime television last night.
Bob Mortimer’s jokes never come to a terminus – his sense of humour is an endless thing.