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Glastonbury 2022

I helmed the Telegraph’s festival coverage on Saturday and Sunday.

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Avoidance review

Romesh Ranganathan’s sadcom creation is a punishing bore. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Bel Powley on Everything I Know About Love

The actress discusses the BBC’s adaptation of Dolly Alderton’s hit memoir. Read my full Telegraph interview here

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State of the Union, series 2 review

Nick Hornby plunges into the culture wars. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Eurovision 2022

I live-blogged a very eventful Eurovision 2022 final – catch up on all the action! Read my full Telegraph article here

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Conversations with Friends review

Sally Rooney’s ménage à quatre is more than a match for Normal People. Read my full Telegraph review here

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James McArdle: ‘Boris Johnson missed the point of Macbeth’

The actor chats the Scottish play and the BBC’s Life After Life. Read my full The i Paper interview here

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Pilgrimage, BBC Two

This batch of faith-finding celebs were nice – but where was the interrogation? Read my full Telegraph review here

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Gentleman Jack, series 2 episode 1

Love in peril, beautiful vistas, a witty script, and the Olympic speed-walking. of Suranne Jones. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Mood, review: Nicôle Lecky’s supercharged millennial polemic is gripping and grimy

The BBC adaptation of Lecky’s 2019 monologue Superhoe is a clever cultural commentary with a killer soundtrack to boot. Read my full Telegraph review here

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