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adam sweeting

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Former features editor of Melody Maker, Adam has written on rock, classical music and television for the Guardian, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, Independent on Sunday, Uncut, Classic FM and Gramophone, and on motor-racing for Motorsport. He co-founded The Virtual Television Company, which made Mr Rock'n'Roll (Channel 4), Pavarotti: The Last Tenor (BBC2 Arena) and Imagine - Nigel Kennedy (BBC One)

Articles By Adam Sweeting

Britannia, Sky Atlantic review - Druids, sex and sorcery

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The Commuter review - trouble on the main line

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Eric Clapton: A Life in 12 Bars review - Slowhand, the movie

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Hard Sun, BBC One review - cops versus the end of the world

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Hostiles review – powerful but preachy Frontier fable

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Spiral, Series 6, BBC Four review - grime pays in the City of Light

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Albums of the Year 2017: Robert Plant - Carry Fire

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Molly's Game review - Jessica Chastain gets her poker face on

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Maigret in Montmartre, ITV review - dirty deeds in clubland

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The Greatest Showman review - the great huckster as song and dance man

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Witnesses: A Frozen Death finale, BBC Four review - weirdo childbirth cult hits the buffers

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The Tunnel: Vengeance, Sky Atlantic review - entente not-so-cordiale

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Brigsby Bear review - the healing power of fantasy

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The Crown, Series 2, Netflix review - all our yesterdays, cunningly rewritten

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Witnesses: A Frozen Death, BBC Four review - plummeting temperatures in the Pas de Calais

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Ferrari: Race to Immortality review - death and glory in 1950s motor racing

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Lady Windermere's Fan, Vaudeville Theatre review - Wild...

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Bell, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Bridgewater Hall,...

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DVD/Blu-ray: When the Wind Blows

Adapted by Raymond Briggs from his best-selling graphic novel, When the Wind Blows was released in 1986 and stands up so well that you’re...

Jeremy Irons: 'I was never very beautiful' - inter...

In 2016 the Bristol Old Vic turned 250. To blow out the candles, England’s oldest continually running theatre summoned home one of its most...

Louise Alder, James Baillieu, Wigmore Hall review - sensual...

Rapture, ecstasy, ardour, and a few cheeky fumbles in the bushes – Louise Alder and James Baillieu’s Wigmore recital promised “Chants d’amour” and...

Colin Currie Group, Kings Place review - dynamism and detail...

Colin Currie is increasingly coming to be seen as Steve Reich’s representative on Earth. His Colin Currie Group was founded in 2006 for a...

CD: Craig David - The Time is Now

The Time is Now sees Craig David's career well into its Indian summer. The story of how he got here is well known: back in the early...

Bruno Maçães: The Dawn of Eurasia review - middle of nowhere

Part travelogue and part broad analysis of the current and future challenges facing the EU, the premise of Bruno Maçães’s new book The Dawn of...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Television Personalities

How much of someone else’s despair is it possible to take? What are the limits on putting a sense of desolation or isolation into a song? Can such...