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‘Psych’: Season 3 DVD review

Light-hearted US crime procedural series Psych follows Shawn Spencer, played by James Roday, who is used the Santa Barbara Police Department to solve crimes.

‘Skins’: Series 5 Episode 4 review

The character of Liv had been a bit of a mystery up until last week, when we saw a glimpse of this promiscuous easy going girl who would claim to have morals but was alien to the concept of self control.

‘Bedlam’: Episode 2 review

EastEnders and Strictly Come Dancing star Kara Tointon has car trouble in the second episode of SkyLiving’s paranormal drama.

’30 Rock’: Season 4 DVD review

30 Rock joins the scant list of decent stateside sitcoms unspoiled by the sycophantic laughter of a studio audience, humbly wearing the rare and stealthy attribute of being silly without being childish.

‘Being Human’: Series 3 Episode 4 review

While the past few episodes have been more or less stand-alone stories, ‘The Pack’ is a series high that brings elements from all of them together to form a hugely impressive whole.

‘Mad Dogs’: Episode 2 review

Whilst, on the face of it, Sky1’s four-part serial Mad Dogs may seem like Sexy Beast: 'The TV Series', the star-filled drama may be as gruesome but it's also packed with humour and the failings and insecurities of middle-aged men.

‘Marchlands’: Episode 3 review

After a meandering couple of opening episodes comes the third part of ITV1's supernatural drama, really beginning to deliver frights and further the mystery surrounding the titular house, Marchlands.

‘Any Human Heart’ DVD review

Adapted by William Boyd from his best-selling novel for Channel 4, Any Human Heart tells the life story of Logan Mountstuart; an aspiring novelist, professional journalist, part-time spy and lifelong romantic.

‘Skins’: Series 5 Episode 3 review

Episode 3 of the gradually improving fifth series sees Skins take a massive and unexpected leap from good to great, revolving around tall, slim, blonde bimbo Mini, the Generation 3 cast's token bitch.