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Your Honor initial impressions – Breaking Bad after budget cuts

Rating: ⭐⭐ On TV this week, Bryan Cranston plays an easy-going, jovial father, who is forced to spin a confounding web of deception and lies to cover up his involvement in crime as he descends deeper into a violent underworld. Sadly, the clocks haven’t been wound back 10 years, and Breaking Bad (2008-2013) isn’t what’s […]

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Druids, Tolkien and Glastonbury: the legacy of Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones wrapped up its seventh season last August, leaving millions of fans with dropped jaws and the devastating realisation that they would have to wait until 2019 to find out if Tormund survived the destruction of the Wall. With its record-breaking 38 Emmy wins, ratings of 94 per cent and 9.5/10 on Rotten […]

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Sport

DEBATE – Should major sporting events be available on terrestrial TV?

Isabelle Boulert : Yes, free-to-air sports allows for much needed exposure of underfunded sports In a world where the market is revered and state intervention is seen as a throwback it seems there is little space left for free-to-air sports in Britain today. As a result, the number of so called ‘crown jewel’ sporting occasions […]