The Bisexual: premiere date and trailer for Channel 4 drama

Channel 4’s latest drama series, The Bisexual will premiere next month and the channel has released some more information about what to expect as well as a trailer… Co-written, directed by and starring The Miseducation of Cameron Post director Desiree Akhaven, The Bisexual “offers a raw, funny and unapologetic take on the “last taboo” – bisexuality – and the prejudices, … >

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‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ review: Russell T Davies’ adaptation is life-affirming

Well, that was gloriously life-affirming, wasn’t it? Maybe it’s the fact that Shakespeare’s comedies, when done well, lead to a freeing of the human spirit.  (When done badly, they’re excruciating.)  Maybe it’s because there is little more delightful on television than hearing Bernard Cribbins sing.  Whatever, that was a more than convivial way of spending … >

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Watch trailer for Russell T Davies’ adaptation of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

BBC One has released the first trailer for A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Former Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies has adapted William Shakespeare’s classic play as part of the BBC’s Shakespeare season. A Midsummer Night’s Dream will air at 8.30pm on Monday 30 May on BBC One. Watch the trailer… Maxine Peake and @RealMattLucas star in Russell T Davies’ adaptation of A … >

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Interview: Russell T Davies chats about adapting ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

As part of the BBC’s Shakespeare season, former Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies has adapted A Midsummer Night’s Dream for BBC One. The 90-minute TV adaptation of William Shakespeare’s classic play stars Maxine Peake (Silk) as Titania, Matt Lucas (Little Britain) as Bottom, John Hannah (Atlantis) as Theseus, Eleanor Matsuura (Spooks) as Hippolyta and Hiran Abeysekera (Lion In The Tent) … >

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Cast announced for Russell T Davies’ adaptation of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

BBC One has announced a stellar cast for Doctor Who writer Russell T Davies’ upcoming A Midsummer Night’s Dream film. The 90-minute TV adaptation of William Shakespeare’s classic play will star Maxine Peake (Silk) as Titania, Matt Lucas (Little Britain) as Bottom, John Hannah (Atlantis) as Theseus, Eleanor Matsuura (Spooks) as Hippolyta and Hiran Abeysekera … >

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‘The Village’ Series 2 episode guide

The Village returns to BBC One with a second series set in the 1920s. BBC One’s plan to tell the story of the 20th century through the life of one Peak District village moves into the Jazz Age. The shock of the new will turn the lives of our villagers inside out. Outsiders bring in … >

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‘The Village’ Series 2 start date announced

The new series of The Village, BBC One’s epic plan to tell the story of the 20th century through the life of one Peak District village, will launch this month. The six-part second series begins at 9pm on Sunday 10 August on BBC One. Watch the Series 2 trailer… Are you looking forward to Series … >

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‘The Village’ Series 2 trailer

BBC One has released a trailer for the second series of The Village, the channel’s epic plan to tell the story of the 20th century through the life of one Peak District village. Series 2 begins in August on BBC One. Watch the trailer… The shock of the new will turn the lives of our … >

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‘Silk’ last ever episode review

So that’s it. Silk has taken its last bow with an ending that wasn’t quite as conclusive as creator Peter Moffat had hinted. Clive is head of chambers, Jake is back at Shoe Lane, Billy’s secret is out, Mickey Joy is (presumably) sleeping with the fishes and Martha – well, who knows. She vanished in … >

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‘The Village’ Series 2 begins filming

The second series of BBC One’s The Village has started shooting this week in Derbyshire. The six new episodes of Silk creator Peter Moffat’s epic drama begin in 1923 after the Great War. The Village charts the life and turbulent times of one English village through the 20th Century, seen through the prism of Bert … >

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