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David Morrissey is on his second midlife crisis of the year and it's still only September. Earlier this year he played a middle-aged married man making some bad decisions in The 7.39 and now he's playing another, cab driver Vince McKee in BBC1's new three-part drama The Driver. "The thing I don't get," said one puzzled character to Vince, "You're Mr Ordinary one day and then the next, not. How does that work out?" It's a question that might equally apply to many of Morrissey's performances and it was answered here by a neatly circular narrative and some modestly impressive performances.
The Costa del Sol, that English expat colony of sun, sea and sausage'n'egg sarnies, is the setting for Gordon Ramsay's new series, Ramsay's Costa del Nightmares (Channel 4). This four-episode series is also the last hurrah for Gordon's decade-long run of Kitchen Nightmares. The chef is off to tackle new challenges, though it's hard to imagine him ever again finding another project that so perfectly suits his temperament.
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