sat 25/05/2024

Gerard Gilbert

Bio
Gerard has been a television critic and feature writer for the Independent since 1994. He has also written about TV and cinema for Time Out, The New Statesman and Radio Times.

Articles By Gerard Gilbert

Lip Service, BBC Three

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PhoneShop, E4

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First Light, BBC Two

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This is England '86, Channel 4

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The King is Dead, BBC Three

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E Numbers: an Edible Adventure, BBC Two

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Vexed, BBC Two

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The Normans, BBC Two

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The Men Who Jump Off Buildings, Channel 4

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Living with Brucie, Channel 4

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Dive, BBC Two

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Pulse, BBC Three

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Ashes to Ashes, BBC One

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Justified, Five USA

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Chris Ryan's Strike Back, Sky1

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Beautiful Minds: James Lovelock, BBC Four

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