tue 25/06/2019

Owen Richards

Articles By Owen Richards

DVD/Blu-ray: Hounds of Love

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A Woman's Life review - simple but affecting

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Alan Partridge: Why, When, Where, How and Whom?, BBC Two review - a helping of Christmas Partridge

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Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Time, BBC One review – a defiantly small and personal goodbye

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Peaky Blinders, Series 4 Finale, BBC Two review – Tommy faces his reckoning

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Blu-ray: Carrie

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi - a bold new chapter

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The Prince of Nothingwood review - come for the man, stay for the country

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The Farthest: Voyager's Interstellar Journey, BBC Four review - awe-inspiring and life-affirming space odyssey

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Joe Orton Laid Bare, BBC Two review - charming look at theatre's irresistible upstart

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Godless, Netflix review – a proper wild west ride

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Tiger Bay, Wales Millennium Centre review - ambitious but flawed spectacle

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Peaky Blinders, series 4, BBC Two review - new threats, same thrills

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The Florida Project - bright indie flick packs a punch

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Babylon Berlin, Sky Atlantic review – brilliantly promising Euro-noir

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Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami review - a slow study of pop’s enigma

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