BBCs Sherlock, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, has become a worldwide sensation since the first series aired in July 2010.
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Tagged Andrew Scott, Arthur Conan Doyle, BBC, Benedict Cumberbatch, Cardiff, Giuseppe Mazzini, London, Mark Gatiss, Martin Freeman, Sherlock Holmes, Steven Moffat, Television, Una Stubbs
I’m sure many of my fellow film critics heard of the passing of Barry Norman in June 2017. He is probably the most well-known critic in the UK, having hosted the BBCs film programme from 1972 until 1998.
If you saw the cast list for a film included Rachel Weisz and Timothy Spall in the lead roles, you would likely think that what you are about to watch will automatically be good. In the case of Denial, you … Continue reading
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Tagged Alex Jennings, Andrew Scott, BAFTA, BBC, David Hare, David Irving, Deborah Lipstadt, Denial, Film, History, Holocaust, I Daniel Blake, Mark Gatiss, Penguin Books, Rachel Weisz, Sherlock, The Hours, The Reader, Timothy Spall, Tom Wilkinson