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« Reply #140: 31.05.13 at 17:57 »
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Clive James falls for The Fall
 
Clive James reviews the week's TV, including the BBC's compelling new thriller The Fall, starring Gillian Anderson.
 

Gillian Anderson stars as domineering DS Stella Gibson in BBC One’s compelling new crime drama The Fall  
 
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« Reply #141: 01.06.13 at 15:56 »
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Jackson Brodie: 'a modern Philip Marlowe'
 
Case Histories' Jackson Brodie rings the same bells for Clive James as Raymond Chandler’s freelance sleuth Philip Marlowe.  
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Jason Isaacs stars as brooding private eye Jackson Brodie in BBC One’s Case Histories
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« Reply #142: 08.06.13 at 08:49 »
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Clive James: my nightmare week of mutilation and torture  
 
Clive James overindulges on recent TV highlights including BBC Two's Tudor season.
 

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The Other Boleyn Girl: Natalie Portman (right) stars in the film adaptation aired as part of the BBC’s season on the Tudors Photo: REX  
 
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« Reply #143: 15.06.13 at 09:13 »
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Clive James: the agony and the eggstasy  
 
Clive James reviews recent TV highlights, including the albumen-heavy Britain's Got Talent final.
A protester confronts Simon Cowell during the final of BGT Photo: Ken McKay/Thames / Rex Features
 
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« Reply #144: 21.06.13 at 09:13 »
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Clive James: Why I was wrong to scorn Abba
 
Thanks to his daughter, Clive James has learned to love the Swedish super group. ____________________________________________________________________________________________
 
Top of the pops: Björn Ulvaeus, Agnetha Fältskog, Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Benny Andersson photographed in 1975 Photo: Bengt H Malmqvist
 
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« Reply #145: 29.06.13 at 14:15 »
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Clive James: The Returned made my remaining hair stand on end
 
Clive James is impressed - and terrified - by Channel 4's French thriller The Returned. ________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Clotilde Hesme and Pierre Perrier star in the supernatural French thriller The Returned on BBC Four

 
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« Reply #146: 05.07.13 at 08:53 »
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Mick Jagger: the immortal teenager?
 
Clive James reviews the week's TV, including The Americans, Wimbledon and Glastonbury, and applauds the show The Rolling Stones put on.
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Mick Jagger, with Ronnie Wood, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards, makes his Glastonbury debut at 69    Photo: AP

 
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« Reply #147: 12.07.13 at 16:19 »
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'The Beeb’s tennis Brits made Wimbledon a misery'
 
Clive James reviews the week's TV, including Horizon, Wimbledon and The CSI Movie: Fallen.  
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« Reply #148: 19.07.13 at 16:46 »
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Clive James on Ashton Agar and the Ashes
 
Clive James reviews the week's TV, including how Ashton Agar caught his imagination and a BBC Four cricketing drama about Kerry Packer.  
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Clayton Watson and Damon Gameau as Ian and Greg Chappell in ‘Howzat! Kerry Packer’s War’ on BBC Four Photo: BBC/Southern Star Entertainment  

 
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« Reply #149: 26.07.13 at 16:13 »
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Clive James: On stage, Liz Taylor was lost
 
Burton and Taylor was let down by Helena Bonham Carter's inability to act badly, says Clive James.  
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Helena Bonham Carter and Dominic West star in a BBC biopic about Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton
 
 
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« Reply #150: 01.08.13 at 19:02 »
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Clive James: Was Cleopatra the film that ruined Hollywood?

 
Clive James reviews the week's TV, including Cleopatra: the Film That Changed Hollywood, Top of the Lake and Caligula  
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Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra (1963)

 
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« Reply #151: 09.08.13 at 15:24 »
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Clive James: Cate Campbell made this Australian proud  
Clive James reviews the week's TV, including the World Swimming Championships, Horizon and The Trip.    
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Australia's Cate Campbell smiles as she holds the gold medal she won in the Women's 100m freestyle final at the FINA Swimming World Championships in Barcelona, Spain.  Photo: AP
 
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« Reply #152: 09.08.13 at 19:47 »
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Congratulations, Kevin, on helping the total 'views' on this thread pass the 100k mark!  
[I only just reformatted the index in time, to prevent the extra digit buggering up the justification Smiley ]
 
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« Reply #153: 15.08.13 at 13:01 »
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Clive James: The Germans are giving us an inferiority complex
 
This week's television, including Make Me a German and Das Auto, grappled with the subject of Germany's post-war success, says Clive James.
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In BBC Two’s Make Me a German, Justin and Bee Rowlett set out on a mission to overcome cultural differences.

 
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« Reply #154: 22.08.13 at 20:10 »
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Clive James: We all must satisfy our inner rabbit

Clive James reviews the week's television, including The Burrowers (BBC Two), Pistorious: The Key Questions (Channel 5) and Top of the Lake (BBC Two).  
 
 
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‘The most exciting kind of science’: in ‘The Burrowers’ Chris Packham observed rabbits, badgers and water voles below ground Photo: BBC
 
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« Reply #155: 30.08.13 at 16:20 »
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Clive James: Alan Whicker's way with words
Clive James reviews the week's TV, including BBC Four's posthumous tribute to Alan Whicker, The Social Network and The Newsroom.    
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Are you going to…? The late presenter Alan Whicker visited San Francisco in a repeat broadcast of Journey of a Lifetime on BBC Four Photo: September Films
 
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« Reply #156: 06.09.13 at 14:20 »
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Clive James: The secret power of Cliff Morgan
 
Clive James reviews this week's television, including Cliff Morgan: A Lifetime of Achievement (BBC One), Breaking Bad (Netflix) and What Remains (BBC One).  
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Sports commentator and former rugby player Cliff Morgan, who died last month   
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« Reply #157: 07.09.13 at 09:42 »
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on 06.09.13 at 14:20, Kevin Cryan wrote:
Clive James reviews this week's television, including Cliff Morgan: A Lifetime of Achievement (BBC One), Breaking Bad (Netflix) and What Remains (BBC One).

Anyone else bingeing, like Clive, on the excellent Breaking Bad, please be assured that the actor playing protagonist Walt 'Heisenberg' White is one Bryan Cranston, and not anyone else you might know...
 
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Clive James: If Berlusconi ran the BBC...
 
Clive James reviews this week's television, including Strictly Come Dancing (BBC One), Formula One (BBC One) and What Remains (BBC One).  
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The Tess factor: presenter Tess Daly takes to the floor to prove she does more than pretend to be amused by Bruce Forsyth’s jokes.  Photo: BBC
 
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« Reply #159: 19.09.13 at 14:59 »
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Clive James: Our primal awe for great movie music
 
Clive James reviews this week's television, including Simon Schama's The Story of the Jews (BBC Two), Battle: Los Angeles (Channel 4) and Sound of Cinema: the Music that Made the Movies (BBC Four).
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Enthralling: James Stewart and Kim Novak in Vertigo – Bernard Herrmann’s score was discussed in Sound of Cinema on BBC Four  Photo: Alamy
 
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