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Episode one of the new series played it safe, but at least this ITV drama has a winning formula

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There were no soggy bottoms but there were plenty of other baking-related disasters

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The only thing that shouldn't have been miniaturised was the programme's running time

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Arthur & George wisely opted for a tone more Victorian ghost story than modern whodunit

Mom, ITV2 - TV review

There's a clash of cheery tone and dark subject matter that makes Mom oddly appealing

The Walking Dead, Season 5 Episode 12

The Walking Dead, Remember, review: The discovery of a new community leads Rick to a dark decision

The episode introduces the sheltered town where the central characters will likely remain for the rest of the season.

Downton Abbey season 5 finale review: Even Lady Rose and Atticus's wedding felt rushed

The episode raced through so much, leaving just enough excitement for the Christmas special

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The Casual Vacancy finale review: Superb cast, luscious cinematography - shame about the confused ending

Episode 3: Too often it resembled a jumble of deleted scenes from Hot Fuzz

Jemima West in Channel 4's Indian Summers (Joss Barratt/Channel 4)

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Episode 3: More questions and plot twists keep viewers guessing

While there was bit of going over old ground, there was enough food for thought to keep watching, even if it did feel a bit like a chore for a Friday night – surely this is midweek fare?

Britain’s Supermarket Revolution: What’s in It for Us? review: Now I know where to buy my breakfast cereal

While there was bit of going over old ground, there was enough food for thought to keep watching, even if it did feel a bit like a chore for a Friday night

Toff going: Roy Barraclough and Matt Lucas in ‘Pompidou’

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I’m not sure that this show (appropriately in a 6.30pm timeslot) will appeal to anyone over 10

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