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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

A Discovery of Witches, episode 2, Sky 1 review - when the sorceress met the vampire

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Never Here review - conceptual art may damage your health

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Strangers, episode 2, ITV review - conspiracy theories multiply

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Killing Eve, BBC One review - the dying game

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Lucky review - fabled character actor stars in his own obituary

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Black Earth Rising, BBC Two review - Blick's new blockbuster

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h 100 Awards: Broadcast - TV's national treasures

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The Negotiator review - Jon Hamm shines in Beirut-based thriller

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Age Before Beauty, BBC One review - mid-life makeover madness

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Hidden, Series Finale, BBC Four review - a whydunnit, not a whodunnit

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The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco, ITV review - the ludicrous in search of the preposterous

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Mission: Impossible - Fallout review - brilliant summer blockbuster

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Who Is America?, Channel 4 review - sudden return of Sacha Baron Cohen

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Unforgotten, Series 3, ITV review - death on the M1

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Sharp Objects, Sky Atlantic review - Amy Adams battles her demons

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Whitney review - superstar's dismal demise revisited

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Bodyguard, BBC One, series finale review - gripping entertai...

And breathe. Bodyguard – not, as even some careless BBC broadcasters keep calling it, "The Bodyguard" – careered to a conclusion as if...

Lammermuir Festival 2018 review - a bigger buzz

There’s always been something of a buzz in the air at East Lothian’s Lammermuir...

Courtauld Impressionists: From Manet to Cézanne review - muc...

Heir to one of this country's great textile manufacturing firms, Samuel Courtauld (1876-1947) – highly original in his then unfashionable...

CD: Rod Stewart - Blood Red Roses

Rod Stewart continues to hit the spot: he never fails to deliver well-crafted music that draws from the wide range of styles that he clearly loves...

Neil MacGregor: Living with the Gods review - focuses of bel...

Dip in, dip out, argue, agree and disagree: Living with the Gods is the newest manifestation of a rich multimedia format that keeps on...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Bobbie Gentry

In 2016, a writer from The Washington Post thought they had found Bobbie Gentry. After announcing their presence via the entry phone...

Lavinia Greenlaw: In the City of Love’s Sleep review - curat...


Iris is a museum conservator with a pair of pre-adolescent daughters and a failing...

theartsdesk Q&A: Chas and Dave

Chas Hodges has died at the age of 74, bringing to an end...

CD: Tim Hecker - Konoyo

It may be mean to say, but it seems sadness agrees with Tim Hecker. The Canadian has been a mainstay of the global experimental music world almost...

The Little Stranger review - the wrong sort of chills

Domnhall Gleeson needs to watch it. In Goodbye Christopher Robin he played AA Milne, the creator of Pooh and co. To achieve the correct...