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Everyone in it is paying the price for some bit of bad behaviour, their innards, metaphorically speaking, trailing behind them like bloody ropes.
We all know that Trump is in a world of "me" - but these films show the vanishingly small extent of this realm.
Mike Bartlett's new series is both mystifyingly bad and bewilderingly addictive.
The docudrama’s exploration of the “honour killing” of Mahmod was deftly, delicately done.
Forget serial killers and corrupt cops, this David Nicholls adaptation focuses on the quotidian yet profound emotional stuff we all have to deal with in our lives.
The Dennis Nilsen drama is never tasteless or glib – but it's still entirely gratuitous.
In a new BBC Two series, Schama sets out his thesis that we’re all Romantics now.
The Darrowby from Channel 5's remake is neat and non-Thirties looking: the Daylesford organics or Toast catalogue version of the countryside.
Lucy Prebble and Billie Piper's dark comedy is absolutely bulging with people who, though basically decent and likeable, are also behaving very stupidly and, sometimes, incredibly badly.
The BBC’s four-part documentary series suggests Manchester might be about to go “pop” – and not in a good club night sort of way.
Director James Bluemel's story-telling is expert. But it's as nothing compared to that of the poet philosophers who come before his camera.