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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

Innocent, ITV review - David Collins wants his life back

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Patrick Melrose, Sky Atlantic review - an olympiad of substance abuse

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Anon review - adventures in cyber-noir

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Entebbe review – Seventies hijack drama remains grounded

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Homeland, Series 7 Finale, Channel 4 review - Russian roulette

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Andrew Haigh: 'In the end you have to be able to make the decisions' - interview

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Jeff Beck: Still on the Run, BBC Four review - a legend without portfolio

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Westworld, Series 2, Sky Atlantic review - big trouble in synthetic paradise

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Below the Surface, Series Finale, BBC Four review - tense and twisty to the bitter end

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The City and the City, BBC Two review - detection in four dimensions

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Deep State, Fox review - secrets, lies and spies

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Sweet Country review - hell in the Outback

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In the Long Run, Sky 1 review - bright start for multiracial comedy

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Ready Player One review - Spielberg goes back to the future

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The Good Fight, Series 2, More4 review - the longer they do it, the better it gets

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The Durrells, Series 3, ITV review - a winter warmer from Corfu

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William Trevor: Last Stories review - final intimations

An Irishman who spent more than half a century in London and then Devon, and a prolific writer – nearly 20...

Madama Butterfly, Glyndebourne review - perverse staging, ou...

Puccini’s heroines and the rough treatment he hands out to them have come in for plenty of opprobrium over the years. But just occasionally they...

Clancy Sigal: The London Lover review - a merry prankster...

To readers of newspapers and magazines, the name Clancy Sigal will be very familiar, probably as a film reviewer. Addicted to...

Reissue CDs Weekly: African Scream Contest 2

African Scream Contest 2 opens with a burst of distorted guitar suggesting a parallel-world response to The Chambers...

Robbie Thomson XFRMR, Brighton Festival review - lightning s...

The welcome to Glasgow audio-visual artist Robbie Thomson’s...

CD: Caroline Rose - Loner

Loner’s opening track “More of the Same” lyrically tracks being at a party where “everyone’s well dressed with a perfect body and they...

An Audience with Dame Cleo Laine, RFH review - a phenomenon...

Yes, she sang, with her trademark artistry from the very first notes – four numbers, including a duet with daughter Jacqui Dankworth, and all in...

Highlights from Photo London 2018 - something old, something...

Photo London seems much better this year, mainly because I am at last able to find my way around the labyrinthine Somerset House without getting...