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Dark night of the soul

With David Suchet hanging up his waxed moustache, the best place to get your whodunit kicks is now the West End, either in form of genuine thriller The Woman in Black or glorious movie pastiche The 39 Steps. Adding to their number is … Continue reading

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The last (timey-wimey) waltz

Is there something in the water? This weekend has seen a mass exodus from the BBC, with current Doctor Who Matt Smith and Strictly Come Dancing pros Vincent Simone, Flavia Cacace, Aliona Vilani and Erin Boag hanging up their sonic … Continue reading

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Whodunnit? Who cares

I dipped in and out of last night’s Mayday on BBC One, and I’m staying out. It’s not that it was a terrible idea (though it was a bit) or badly written (ditto), more that it tried SO HARD to rack … Continue reading

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