TV

Doctor Who at 50: The Top Ten

Here we are, at last, at the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. I have loved this programme since I was five years old and caught part of a repeat of Revelation of the Daleks on BBC 2, completely by accident. So much has already been said about the series and why it has lasted so long, but I wanted to add a few of my own thoughts.

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Spartacus: War of the Damned

Spartacus leads his army of freed slaves against a greater enemy: the Roman Empire itself.

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Spartacus: Vengeance

Following the bloodbath at the House of Batiatus which concluded Blood and Sand, Vengeance sees Spartacus and a rag-tag band of his fellow ex-gladiators attempting to create an army of slaves to stand against Rome.

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Spartacus: Gods of the Arena

A series borne out of the necessity to allow Spartacus actor Andy Whitfield the time to recover from Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma (which he sadly never did, necessitating a re-casting), this second run is a half-length prequel season which permits the showrunners to fill out some of the back stories of the characters.

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Spartacus: Blood and Sand

In preparation for the release of the final season of Spartacus, War of the Damned, I worked my way through the entire show, season by season.

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The Best of Baker Street

Sherlock Holmes is everywhere at the moment. With this in mind we take a look at how some Sherlocks from past and present measure up.

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The Hour Series 1

And we’re on in 5…4…3…

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Season 1: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

One season in the bag – with a season two pick-up – and a 3 million strong army of viewers behind it, was Game of Thrones worth all the fuss? The short answer: some of it. But sadly, while there was some good, there was also some bad and, unfortunately, some downright ugly.

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6 Things We Learnt From The Model Agency

The seven-part series about the world of modeling through the eyes of one of the top model agencies in the world has ended. While we’re not all that sad about it, we did learn a few things from those folks at Premier (the agency), so we thought we’d share our findings with you – because we know you’d all be so interested!

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Comic Relief: Famous, Rich and in the Slums

An entertaining yet moving documentary about the struggle in some parts of Africa.

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