'So you read minds as well as cure them, do you?’, an angry parent snaps at Doctor Gabriel Monroe in the second instalment of ITV1’s new medical drama series.
On the face of it, ITV1’s recent five-part supernatural drama is an exercise in tired horror cliché and cheap TV gimmicks.
We think of ourselves as being fully-qualified film geeks here, so were very excited when a copy of Taschen's 100 All-Time Favorite Movies arrived in the post this morning...
Despite giving the initial impression of being a few mood swings away from the original gang’s Cassie, Grace Violet has firmly secured her position as one of the fans' favourites from this year’s new Skins generation.
Doctor Who writer Victor Permberton's take on Britain's relations with Russia is a light one - this is aimed at kids, after all - and is as much about life in a cosy English village as it is about intrigue and mystery.
There’s a good reason why 2010’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ is the first Doctor Who episode to get an entire soundtrack release all to itself, with composer Murray Gold’s music to the festive special up there with the best of his work for the show.
The second episode of Professor Brian Cox’s compelling story of the universe takes us onward from philosophy to methodology, explaining how the building blocks of everything on planet Earth - including ourselves - can be found in the hearts of stars thousands of light years away.
The CSI franchise has been rolling on for over a decade now. Not many shows make it to a tenth season these days, so it’s a mark of the Las Vegas original’s quality that the show has survived for so long.
It’s the penultimate episode of Series 3 (so soon?!) and all the pieces are moving into place for an explosive finale.
Following on from 2010’s acclaimed Wonders Of The Solar System, Professor Brian Cox ramps up the expectation level with this new series, looking at the whole universe and its relation to us, our lives and the fundamental questions we have about our existence.