Doctor Who, Demons of the Punjab: cast list, demons named

The guest cast list for the sixth episode of Doctor Who, Series 11, Demons of the Punjab was released: Shobna Gulati: Najia Khan, Yaz’s mother Ravin J Ganatra: Hakim Khan, Yaz’s father Bhavnisha Parmar: Sonya Khan, Yaz’s sister Leena Dhingra: Nani Umbreen, Yaz’s grandmother Amita Suman: Umbreen, Yaz’s grandmother 1947 Shane Zaza: Prem  Hamza Jeetooa: Manish Shaheen Khan: Hasna Barbara Fadden, Almak, likely a demon … >

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‘Arthur and George’ Episode 3 review

‘We’ve found our man,’ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle announces midway through the final episode of ITV’s three-part drama Arthur and George. When the main character says something like this with an impenetrable air of confidence whilst there are still twenty five minutes of a finale left, you know there’s a plot twist yet to come. … >

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‘Arthur & George’ episode guide

Martin Clunes (Doc Martin) stars as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in Arthur & George. ITV’s new three-part adaptation of Julian Barnes’s novel, based on an intriguing series of genuine events in the life of the novelist and physician who created the detective Sherlock Holmes, is written by Ed Whitmore (Silent Witness, Waking The Dead). The … >

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‘Arthur and George’ Episode 2 review

The second episode of ITV’s Conan Doyle based drama, Arthur and George, continues to impress after the strong precedent set by last week’s opener. This week sees the Sherlock Holmes author delving deeper into the mystery posed by George Edalji, the vicar’s son who was (dubiously) imprisoned over the slaughter of farm animals and now … >

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‘Arthur and George’ Episode 1 review

Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle is undeniably one of the best loved figures in Britain’s literary history. ITV’s new three-part series Arthur and George has a lot to live up to. Spanning more than a century and spread across many different adaptions, the fanbase for Conan Doyle’s famous detective has arguably never been greater than … >

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