sat 23/03/2019

Markie Robson-Scott

Articles By Markie Robson-Scott

Pose, BBC Two review - transgender goes mainstream

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The Kindergarten Teacher review - obsession, talent and the power of poetry

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Capernaum review - sorrow, pity and shame in the Beirut slums

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Tana French: The Wych Elm review - a lucky man and his downfall

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The Delines, Jazz Cafe review - small-town sadness with a whisky in hand

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Pure, Channel 4 review - sex, OCD and the single girl

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DVD/Blu-ray: Under the Tree

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The Good Place, E4 review - episode one trails clouds of glory

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Imagine... Tracey Emin: Where Do You Draw the Line, BBC One review - entertaining but deferential

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Barbara Kingsolver: Unsheltered review - too many issues

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Skate Kitchen review - sisterhood in the skate park

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DVD/Blu-ray: Let the Sunshine In

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McQueen review - the dark brilliance of Alexander McQueen

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Meg Wolitzer: The Female Persuasion review - the many faces of feminism

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Tully review - Charlize Theron plumps for sentiment

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Come Home, BBC One review - a drama of family disintegration, divided loyalties

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