Greg Davies The Cleaner

The Cleaner — who is in the cast with Greg Davies?

The BBC has revealed details of the cast for The Cleaner As we first reported in August, Greg Davies is to star in The Cleaner, a remake of German crime scene cleaner comedy Der Tatortreiniger. Now we can report further casting details. The cast includes: Helena Bonham Carter (The Crown), David Mitchell (Upstart Crow, Back), Stephanie Cole (Still Open … >

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Channel 4 Christmas 2020

Channel 4 Christmas 2020 treats revealed and we’ve the details

The Channel 4 Christmas 2020 highlights have been announced (here) and we’ve gone through them all to bring you some Cultbox highlights In their own words, the Channel 4 Christmas 2020 is: A childhood fantasy for many comes true for three celebrities who will be spending One Night In… Hamleys, Helena Bonham-Carter narrates a special animation … >

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‘Love, Nina’ review: Episode 5 ends the series on a high note

It’s fair to say that BBC One’s Love, Nina has been an up and down series Across the five episodes I’ve grown increasingly fond of Nina, but it hasn’t been plain sailing. Where the cast have been superb throughout, the production itself has veered awkwardly between charm and annoyance. Fortunately, Episode 5 allows the series … >

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‘Love, Nina’ review: Nina has a new dilemma in Episode 4

Nina faces an entirely new dilemma this week and it’s not just because of yoga as Nick Hornby’s adaptation continues. Since we last caught up with Nina and her writings to Vic a couple of things have changed. First of all the hapless Nina is now attending yoga classes with her friend, Amanda – another … >

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‘Love, Nina’ episode guide

About a Boy writer Nick Hornby has adapted Nina Stibbe’s award-winning book Love, Nina for BBC One. The five-part series is a fictionalised adaptation of author Nina Stibbe’s letters home to her sister. > Like Love, Nina on Facebook. Love, Nina is a charming, laugh-out-loud culture clash drama series about a young nanny from Leicester finding her feet in … >

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‘Love, Nina’ review: The terrific cast keep Episode 3 afloat

It’s a slightly more subdued episode this week with an increased emphasis on literary analysis and fewer direct laughs across the half hour. Nina begins another letter to Vic and details the latest on the Nunney situation, which, frankly, isn’t going quite as well as could be hoped. At least not from Nina’s point of … >

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