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20 October 2021

TV review: Squid Game

'An unflinching critique of capitalism': The South Korean-produced Squid Game now has over 111 million views around the world, in record time for a series released on Netflix

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22 September 2021

TV Review - Help: Heart-wrenching portrayal of Covid care home crisis

'Help' is a heart-wrenching story of a care home in Liverpool for people with dementia. When the Covid-19 crisis hits the home, the main protagonist, Sarah, is faced with loss, pressure and difficult

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15 September 2021

TV review - Grenfell: The Untold Story

Recently, my partner and I watched 'Grenfell: The Untold Story'. We watched footage of tenants, ahead of the 2017 tragedy, battle with 'the suits' over their living conditions: lifts out of order for

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8 September 2021

Vigil: A nuclear sub murder mystery

TV Review: 'We are here to start a nuclear war. Don't waste our time with one bloody death', is the attitude of the officers on HMS Vigil towards the hapless detective DCI Silva in the opening episodes of this

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25 August 2021

TV review: Revolutionary Love

Many protagonists depicted in Korean dramas are desperate to get a permanent job. Jun, however, chooses to fill her waking hours with part-time work. She doesn't want to show allegiance to the corporate

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28 July 2021

TV Review: Stateless blames mismanagement rather than system

Australia has long been held up as a particularly repressive immigration system, and has served as an inspiration for both Labour and Conservative governments in Britain

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7 July 2021

TV - Statue wars: one summer in Bristol

This is a programme about the Black Lives Matter movement in Bristol. Historically, Bristol's economy has been built on exploitation, especially the blood, sweat and tears of kidnapped and enslaved people

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30 June 2021

TV Review: GB News

You know when you switch on Freeview just on the off-chance that with all those channels there will be something good on

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9 June 2021

TV review: Mrs Thatcher vs the miners

History as written by the bosses: 'Mrs Thatcher vs The Miners, the Battle for Britain', a documentary recently screened on Channel 5, is a transparent attempt by the bosses to rewrite history

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26 May 2021

TV review: Three Families is excellent. But protest movement is missing

'Three Families' is a two-part series that deals with the issue of access to abortion in Northern Ireland

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27 January 2021

TV Review: It's a Sin

I remember the first time I heard about being gay outside of jokes in the playground. It was looking at pictures of Kaposi's sarcoma patients in a science textbook page on HIV/Aids.

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27 January 2021

TV review: The Hidden Story of Disabled Britain

Cerrie Burnell and her team have produced a landmark documentary on the subject of disability.

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9 December 2020

TV review: Red, White and Blue

More than just diversity - we need democratic, working-class control of the police: The BBC recently aired the film 'Red, White and Blue' from the Steve McQueen mini-series 'Small Axe'

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2 December 2020

TV: The Social Dilemma

The Social Dilemma is a film recently produced by Netflix, exploring the impact of social media on society

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2 October 2020

TV: Council House Britain

A review of Channel 4 series 'Council House Britain'

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23 September 2020

TV: The English Game - how the working class made football the people's game

The English Game tells the story of how football was transformed in the 19th century. It was revolutionised from the Southern-dominated amateur, public school sport, dominated by individualistic, dribbling

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2 September 2020

TV: Once Upon a Time in Iraq

No one could watch this five-part documentary series about the Iraq war and come away with the feeling that the war was anything but a catastrophe for the people of Iraq, the Middle East and humanity as a whole.

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15 July 2020

TV: Ross Kemp - Living with Forced Out Families

Yet another housing scandal: Homeless people are faced with leaving their local area in order to put a roof over their head

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15 July 2020

Defend free TV licences for pensioners!

The BBC has announced it will be knocking on pensioners' doors to collect 157.50 from 1 August, in pursuance of this Tory government's policy of withdrawing free TV licences for over-75s.

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8 July 2020

TV: The school that tried to end racism

This series showed an experiment with a group of Year 7 students in a South London school to explore how racism was learnt

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