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« Reply #80: 07.06.12 at 20:05 »
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Clive James on last week's television, including coverage of the Jubilee Weekend, and BBC One's documentary series on Chatsworth
 

 
Long to rain over them: but the downpour did little to dampen the Jubilee spirit of the London crowds Photo: Getty Images
 
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« Reply #81: 15.06.12 at 13:31 »
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Clive James on... the French Open, the Jubilee Pagaent, America this Week, The Elgin Marbles and Romancing the Stone
Clive James on last week's television, including the French Open on ITV4, and the BBC's coverage of the Jubilee Pagaent.  
 

Feet of clay: Roger Federer lost to Novak Djokovic at the French Open, but were his socks to blame? Photo: Getty
 
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« Reply #82: 22.06.12 at 21:39 »
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Clive James on... The Secret History of our Streets, The Men Who Made Us Fat and Silk
Clive James looks back at last week's television, including Jacques Peretti's The Men Who Made Us Fat.
The Men Who Made Us Fat by Jacques Peretti
 
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Clive James on... Euro 2012, You Cannot Be Serious!, Shakespeare Unlocked, Shakespeare's Women and Elegance and Decadence: the Age of Regency
 
Clive James on last week's television, including Shakespeare Unlocked, You Cannot Be Serious! and the TV coverage of Euro 2012.
. ‘Voice of maturity’: Simon Schama was the ideal presenter of BBC Two’s Shakespeare Unlocked Photo: BBC
 
This column was published late for reasons which Clive elplains, and posted late because I was incapacitated for a few days earlier this week.
 
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« Reply #84: 05.07.12 at 19:59 »
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Shakespeare, Ethan Hawke on Macbeth, The Strange Case of the Law, The Secret History of Our Streets, The House the 50s Built
Clive James on last week's television, including Wimbledon and The Hollow Crown.  

 
 
Wimbledon 2012: Maria Sharapova Photo: Paul Childs
 
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« Reply #85: 15.07.12 at 10:04 »
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Clive James on... the British Grand Prix, Wimbledon, 7/7: One Day in London, Line of Duty, Wallander, India's Hospital Train, Romancing the Stone, The Culture Show and Henry IV Part I
Clive James on last week's television, including 7/7: One Day in London and India's Hospital Train.  
 

Femme fatale: Gina McKee stars as Jacqui Laverty in the BBC Two thriller 'Line of Duty’ Photo: BBC/World Productions
 
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Clive James on Twenty Twelve: the funniest ensemble since Dad's Army
 
Clive James reviews The Newsroom on Sky Atlantic, America This Week on BBC Parliament, Henry IV Part II, Twenty Twelve and Engineering Giants on BBC Two, and Wallander on BBC One  
 

Twenty Twelve, BBC Two: Hugh Bonneville's Head of the Olympic Deliverance Committe Ian Fletcher is flanked by, l to r, Jessica Hynes as Head of Brand Siobhan Sharpe, Vincent Franklin as Nick Jowett, Head of Contracts, Karl Theobald as Graham Hitchins, Head of Infrastructure, Samuel Barnett as Daniel Stroud, PA, Amelia Bullmore as Kay Hope, Head of Sustainability and Morven Christie as Fi Healey, Head of Legacy.
 
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Clive James on... The Hollow Crown: Henry V, Shakespeare Uncovered, the British Open Championship, The Toilet: an Unspoken History, Can Anyone Beat Bolt?, Britain Through a Lens
 
Clive James on last week's television, including The Hollow Crown and Can Anyone Beat Bolt?.  
 

Rising star: Tom Hiddleston as Henry V in the close of BBC Two’s 'Hollow Crown’ season  Photo: Nick Briggs
 
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Clive James on... the London 2012 opening ceremony and the BBC coverage
 
Clive James on last week's television, including the BBC's coverage of the London 2012 Olympics.  
 

The Olympic rings light up the stadium during the Opening Ceremony at the 2012 Summer Olympics Photo: AP
 
What he thinks of the BBC's coverage of the London 2012 Olympics so far.
 
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« Reply #89: 02.08.12 at 20:43 »
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the show started with a pastoral scene which would have made you worry about the threat of morris dancing if the Industrial Revolution hadn’t taken over.
 
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 Clive James on... week two of the BBC coverage of London 2012 Olympics
Clive James on last week's television, including the BBC's coverage of the second week of London 2012 Olympics.  
 

Games face: Jessica Ennis proudly flies the flag for Great Britain Photo: REUTERS
 
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Clive James on... the end of London 2012 and the Olympics closing ceremony
 
Clive James rounds up the Olympic coverage and says London 2012 reunited a nation.
 

Ruling the waves: Ben Ainslie celebrates his fourth Olympic gold medal off the coast of Weymouth.
 
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Clive James on... Amish: A Secret Life, Accused and The Dark: Nature's Night-time World
 
Clive James reviews his pick of the week's TV, including Amish: A Secret Life, Accused and The Dark: Nature's Night-time World
 

Sean Bean playing the part of school teacher, Simon Gaskell, seen here as Simon's alter ego, Tracie Tremarco, during the making of BBC1's courtroom drama Accused. Photo: PA
 
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Clive James on... Parade's End, Britain’s Hidden Heritage and A History of Art in Three Colours
 
Clive James reviews his pick of the week's TV, including Parade's End, Britain’s Hidden Heritage and A History of Art in Three Colours
 

Serial adulterer: Rebecca Hall plays Sylvia Tietjens in Parade’s End, Tom Stoppard’s enigmatic new period drama on BBC Two Photo: BBC
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Clive James on... the Paralympics, Jet! When Britain Ruled the Skies, Horizon: How Big is the Universe?, the Republican Party Convention and Natural World
 
Clive James on the week's TV including the Paralympics and Jet! When Britain Ruled the Skies.
 
 
Vaulting ambition: Poland’s Lukasz Mamczarz competes in the men’s final of the F42 High Jump in the Olympic Stadium. Photo: Action Images
 
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Clive James on... The Last Leg, Parade's End, The Culture Show, Darwin’s Struggle: the Evolution of the Origin of the Species, Treasures of Ancient Rome and Dallas

Clive James on the week's TV including The Last Leg and Darwin’s Struggle: the Evolution of the Origin of the Species
 
 
Beetle-mania: Darwin’s lifelong study of insects was explored in The Evolution of the Origin of the Species on BBC Four Photo: Alamy

 
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Clive James on... The Thick of It, Parade’s End, Leaving, Citizen Khan, Dallas, The Bletchley Circle and Downton Abbey
 
Clive James on the week's TV including Parade's End, Leaving and Dallas  
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Timeless entertainment: JR (Larry Hagman) and his son John Ross (Josh Henderson) in the new Dallas on Channel 5 Photo: Rex Features
 
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Clive James on Parade’s End, The Thick of It, Love and Marriage: a 20th Century Romance, Vikings, Masters of Money, The Bletchley Circle, Horizon and The Three Rocketeers
 
Clive James on the week's TV including the final episode of Parade's End and The Bletchley Circle.  
 
 
Power of three: Benedict Cumberbatch, Adelaide Clemens and Rebecca Hall in the climactic confrontation in Parade’s End Photo: BBC
 
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Clive James on Room at the Top, The Culture Show, Servants: the True Story of Life Below Stairs, The Paradise and Inspector Montalbano
 
Clive James gives his verdict on the past week's TV including Room at the Top (BBC Four), The Culture Show (BBC Two), Servants: the True Story of Life Below Stairs (BBC Two), The Paradise (BBC One) and Inspector Montalbano (BBC Four).  
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Room at the Top: Matthew McNulty and Maxine Peake starred in BBC Four’s faithful retelling of John Braine’s 1957 novel.Photo: BBC
 
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« Reply #99: 08.10.12 at 01:03 »
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Have just watched the final episode of Tom Stoppard's adaptation of Ford Madox Ford's Parade's End, and noticed more than one occurrence of the phrase "No more parades", which is also the title of the second volume of FMF's tetralogy. Surely Clive is referencing this in the song Payday Evening, from which our forum also draws its name?
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