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Rachel Cooke trained as a reporter on The Sunday Times. She is now a writer at The Observer. In the 2006 British Press Awards, she was named Interviewer of the Year.
When this script isn’t embarrassingly explicatory, it’s purest slush.
Come to these films expecting glamour and you might be disappointed. Yes, there are pots of money and at least one yacht, but the juice lies elsewhere.
I’m completely nuts about this series – from Cate Blanchett’s alabaster poise and Rose Byrne’s quiet bravery, to the clothes that make you want to go wild on Etsy.
I’ve heard of three of this show’s “celebrities” – but judge Gregg Wallace is ever-resplendent, with his Snooker Loopy waistcoats and rictus smile, which makes him look like an egg with constipation.
It isn’t only thanks to the passage of time that Bennett-land seems so anachronistic now.
BBC One's latest blockbuster factual drama looks at the attempted assassination of Sergei and Yulia Skripal by Putin's Russia in 2018.
This is original and often exhilarating TV.
In this comedy of affairs and second wives, we see the family as I like to see it: generous, expansive, richly humane.
I know you’re desperate for a new box-set – but, boy, is this dull.
As a double act, Monkman and Seagull bring to mind Morecambe and Wise, though somewhat less funny.