‘Broadchurch’ Season 2 on trial: What do you think so far?

We’re now just past the halfway point of Broadchurch 2. What do you think of it so far? Are you one of the 140-character critics who hopped aboard the #Boredchurch bandwagon after Episode 1? Or do you love the show – and the way David Tennant’s DI Hardy emphatically says ‘Miller’ as ‘Millarrrrggh!’ – enough … >

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‘Broadchurch’ Season 2 Episode 4 review

After last week’s lacklustre episode, Broadchurch ups its game as it focuses on the Joe Miller court battle, continues the Sandbrook case and some provides some development for David Tennant’s D.I Hardy. It’s no shock that this season of Broadchurch hasn’t been anywhere near as gripping as its debut in 2013. A major gripe in … >

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‘Broadchurch’ Season 2 Episode 3 review

The third episode of Broadchurch’s second season loses a little of its momentum after two rollercoaster weeks of secrets, lies and revelations. However, while its pace and tone falter slightly, it remains an excellent showcase for the talented Olivia Colman. “Claire, if there’s something about you and Lee, something about Sandbrook that you haven’t told … >

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‘Broadchurch’ Season 2 Episode 2 review

Last week’s Season 2 opener set the bar so high for Broadchurch that there was always a risk that this next episode wouldn’t measure up. Luckily, a strong balance of the two main stories and some explosive developments maintain the pace and dramatic tone. David Tennant and Olivia Colman continue their dynamic chemistry, but it’s … >

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‘The Boy in the Dress’ review

Oh, blessums, The Boy In The Dress really is an utterly sweet tale. Based on the book of the same name (and whose author, David Walliams, makes a brief appearance as a drama teacher turned football referee), BBC One’s one-off Boxing Day film tells the story of twelve-year-old Dennis (played with masses of understated, genuine … >

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‘The Boy in the Dress’ trailer

BBC One has released a trailer for The Boy in the Dress, based on David Walliams’ first children’s book Following the success of Gangsta Granny and Mr Stink, the one-hour special stars Jennifer Saunders, Meera Syal, James Buckley, Tim McInnerny, Felicity Montagu, David Walliams and Kate Moss as herself. The Boy in the Dress airs … >

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