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‘Angry Boys’: Episode 1 review

Angry Boys stars Sydney-born comedian Chris Lilley (Summer Heights High) as Daniel and Nathan Sims, twin teenage brothers from small-town Australia who first appeared in the mockumentary We Can Be Heroes (transmitted as The Nominees in Britain by FX UK).

‘The Apprentice’: Series 7 Episode 4 review

Finger tricks, backstabbing and in-fighting. It’s time for… The Apprentice! After a ridiculously long flashback of the series so far, tonight’s episode starts with the traditional phone call from Lord Sugar’s secretary. (Seriously, does that woman never sleep?) This week, the candidates are sent to meet Lord Sugar at the British Museum. Why? Well, we’ll...

‘Injustice’: Episode 1 review

Any drama serial being broadcast over five consecutive nights has to work very hard to hook the viewer immediately and maintain a decent level of either excitement, intrigue or both from the opening credits onwards.

‘Psychoville’: Series 2 Episode 3 review

Three episodes into Series 2 and Psyschoville shows absolutely no sign of slowing down, with a healthy lack of respect for its own cast of characters, meaning that anybody runs the risk of being bumped off to further the story along.

‘The Shadow Line’: Episode 4 review

BBC Two’s increasingly fascinating police drama reaches and passes its halfway stage in this episode, yet neither DI Jonah Gabriel (Chiwetel Ejiofor) nor Joseph Bede (Christopher Eccleston) appear much closer to accomplishing their respective goals than they were in the hours after the death of gangster Harvey Wratten.

‘Doctor Who’: ‘The Rebel Flesh’ review

After two episodes of stories written by new writers to the show, Life On Mars/Ashes To Ashes co-creator Matthew Graham returns to Doctor Who with a two-parter featuring some familiar faces. Question is, will we be asking for a double?

‘Dirk Gently’ review

It may seem like sacrilege to some devotees of the late author, but not everything Douglas Adams produced was of the high quality as witnessed in the earlier instalments of The Hitch Hiker’s Guide To The Galaxy.

‘The Shadow Line’: Episode 3 review

Like the drugs at the heart of the late Harvey Wratton’s empire, The Shadow Line has become addictive in a slow, almost sneaky manner. After an unhurried, take-it-or-leave it start, it has insidiously built up to the point where now, three episodes in, it has become impossible to break free of its grip.

‘Doctor Who’: ‘The Doctor’s Wife’ review

As many of you will know, this is one of the episodes fandom has been awaiting with some internet-beating excitement. The very notion of a Neil Gaiman Doctor Who story seems so perfect that we wonder why it's taken just so long for this union to happen.