wed 28/02/2024

Adam Sweeting

Adam Sweeting's picture
Bio
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

Spiral of Lies, Channel 4 review - bodies, fibs and bad karma in Biarritz

Read more...

Turn of the Tide, Netflix review - cocaine madness comes to the Azores

Read more...

No Hard Feelings review - nothing about this queasy comedy feels quite right

Read more...

Best Interests, BBC One review - a family feels the unbearable strain of terminal illness

Read more...

Chevalier review - a less than extraordinary film about an extraordinary man

Read more...

Hypnotic review - a riotously enjoyable thriller

Read more...

Inland review - a cracked mosaic of memories, impressions and lurking anxiety

Read more...

Ten Pound Poms, BBC One review - a new life in the Great Southern Land

Read more...

A different angle on the Anne Frank story in 'A Small Light'

Read more...

Fatal Attraction, Paramount+ review - Adrian Lyne's bunny-boiler blockbuster expanded onwards and outwards

Read more...

Citadel, Prime Video review - did Amazon really pay $300m for this?

Read more...

The Diplomat, Netflix review - can London's new American ambassador prevent World War Three?

Read more...

Malpractice, ITV1 review - she got into a mess on the NHS

Read more...

How To Blow Up a Pipeline review - can eco-terrorism be justified?

Read more...

Why Didn't They Ask Evans?, ITV1 review - Agatha Christie gets a tense and twisty reworking by Hugh Laurie

Read more...

Magpie Murders, BBC One review - zinging TV adaptation of Anthony Horowitz's bestseller

Read more...

Pages

latest in today

Cable Street, Southwark Playhouse review - engaging new musi...

Hot on the heels of Brigid Larmour’s updating of The Merchant of Venice to the East End in 1936, a spirited new...

Andy Parsons, Touring review - reasons to be cheerful...

In the middle of another age of austerity, a climate crisis and seemingly intractable international conflicts, it's cheering that a comic should...

Out of Season, Hampstead Theatre review - banter as bullying

One island off the coast of Spain has more cultural oomph than all the rest put together. I’m talking about Ibiza, the sun-soaked, music-happy and...

Album: Yard Act - Where's My Utopia?

The best popular music tunes into the zeitgeist. It can reflect cultural currents, encourage them, or enable the public to turn away and...

'Migrations' String Quartet Weekend, National Conc...

It was chance that the National Concert Hall’s weekend of quartet events featuring responses to war and refugees should coincide with the second...

Drive to Survive, Season 6, Netflix review - F1 documentary...

When the first season of Drive to Survive launched on Netflix in 2019, it was greeted with suspicion by some in the Formula One paddock....

Shifters, Bush Theatre review - love will tear us apart agai...

For the past ten years, Black-British playwrights have been in the vanguard of innovation in the form and content of new writing. I’m thinking not...

Così fan tutte, Welsh National Opera review - relevance redu...

We can’t do without Così fan tutte; it’s an irresistible masterpiece. But it’s a thorn in the flesh of modern directors, who...

Driving Mum review - a dark comedy that has you laughing out...

Hilmar Oddsson’s award-winning film Driving Mum is pitch-perfect. Jon has spent the last 30 years looking after his domineering mother....