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Reclaiming Amy review: The agony of seeing addiction close up

Ten years since she died, Amy Winehouse’s family discuss how they remember the prodigious talent

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What a turn on! TV’s hot summer is here

From masked matchmaking to the full-frontal filth-fest of Sex/Life, dating is back — on the telly at least. As Sexy Beasts hits Netflix, Abha Shah wonders why we just can’t get enough of seriously OTT shows

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Sexy Beasts review: A dating horror story that’s bizarre and boring

This unnerving dating experiment doesn’t capitalise on its comic potential

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Uprising review: Urgent, unmissable viewing from Steve McQueen

This nuanced three-part documentary, co-directed by McQueen and James Rogan, focuses on the New Cross Fire and its aftermath

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‘That story’s never been told’: revisiting the Brixton riots

Steve McQueen’s new series Uprising is an overdue exploration of race relations in the 1980s. George Rhoden, one of few black police officers on the scene at the Brixton riots, tells us why he shared his story

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It Was What It Was: Will Love Island’s Lucinda pick Danny or Aaron?

Each week, Love Island scholars Katie Rosseinsky and Jessie Thompson discuss all the drama and dumpings

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Welcome to Clarkson’s Farm, a very big crowd in the country

A new show has turned the broadcaster’s farmshop into a fan mecca — but what’s at the end of the three-hour queue? A dubious David Ellis gets in line

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Wunmi Mosaku: I loved playing someone who doesn’t try to be palatable

The British actress on joining the MCU, reuniting with her drama school peers and the unexpected joys of virtual awards season

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It Was What It Was: Brad or Chuggs? And where’s the chemistry?

Each week, Love Island scholars Katie Rosseinsky and Jessie Thompson discuss all the drama and dumpings

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A Murder In West Cork: the story of the Sophie Toscan du Plantier case

A new Netflix documentary unpicks one of Ireland’s most notorious murder cases

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PRIDE review: A heartbreaking, invigorating history of LGBTQ+ struggle

Telling stories from across six decades of activism, this series homes in on the human love and pain that drives it all

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Tom Hayes: ‘That I survived prison is a continual bewilderment to me’

The first banker to be imprisoned for the Libor scandal, Tom Hayes on how the BBC’s new gruelling drama captures the everyday horrors of life behind bars

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Together: Lockdown two-hander feels better suited to stage than TV

James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan play a couple navigating life locked down in a film written by Dennis Kelly

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Time: An unflinching look at life in British prisons

This gripping drama starring Sean Bean and Stephen Graham raises tough questions about justice - and prison workers have praised its realism

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The Return: Life After Isis is an unforgettable documentary

This measured look at the plight of the so-called Isis brides is empathetic without pulling any punches

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Summer 2021 TV guide: Unmissable shows from Loki to Love Island

The TV shows everyone will be talking about this summer

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Lupin Part 2 review: Compelling, pacy and enjoyably silly

Omar Sy’s gentleman thief is back for round two - and this series is as much fun as ever

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Loki: Everything you need to know about Marvel’s new Disney+ TV show

So he was killed, but now he’s alive, and he’s fronting his own TV series? What’s going on?

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Time review: Gruelling portrait of prison life is essential viewing

Sean Bean and Stephen Graham lead a brilliant cast in a three-part series from Jimmy McGovern

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Jodie Turner-Smith shines as Anne Boleyn in revisionist period piece

Turner-Smith makes a compelling queen in Channel 5’s lavish period piece meets psychological thriller

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Friends is back! What have they been up to—and which one are you?

They were the biggest stars of the 90s and noughties - getting paid $1 million per episode. But what happened to Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Joey and Phoebe after the show? As the Friends reunion episode airs, Suzannah Ramsdale charts the winners and losers

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Who killed Erin in Mare of Easttown? These are the prime suspects

Our favourite vape-chugging detective is on the verge of a breakthrough - these are the Easttown residents under suspicion...

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Anne Boleyn’s Mark Stanley: how I managed to empathise with Henry VIII

Stanley tried to make the Tudor king “as three dimensional as possible” in this new spin on Anne Boleyn’s final months

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The Beast Must Die: An unexpectedly gripping revenge thriller

Don’t write this off as another interminable prestige thriller - Cush Jumbo and her castmates make this worth watching

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Will the Friends reunion be shown in the UK? And how do I watch it?

The One Where They Get Back Together is streaming on Thursday

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The best moments from Friends - and the ones we’d rather forget

From Joey’s pioneering layering technique to, erm, Ross making a move on his close relation, we chart the highs and the lows of the classic sitcom

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Friends Reunion: The one where they look back (and make lots of money)

It was self-congratulatory and skirted any controversy but it was heartwarming to see how much the show meant to so many

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African Apocalypse: my journey into today’s beating heart of darkness

A trip to Niger on the trail of colonial crimes was an eye-opener for the young British-Nigerian poet Femi Nylander

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Everything you need to know about Eurovision ahead of Saturday’s final

Ah, hello Europe’s craziest musical tradition, how we missed you...

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Ann Skelly: Meet the breakout star of period sci-fi The Nevers

The show nearly got derailed by showrunner Joss Whedon’s departure, but, says the actress, it’s back on track and a chance to ‘reclaim’ the past

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We Are Lady Parts: Riotous musical comedy fizzing with anarchic energy

Writer-director Nida Manzoor’s comedy is plenty of fun, filled with instantly memorable characters

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Who is the sexy French duke in The Pursuit of Love?

Sunday nights are steaming up thanks to the Duc de Sauveterre