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Empire, E4, review: Are British viewers ready for a 'black Dynasty meets King Lear'?

Are British viewers ready for a 'black Dynasty meets King Lear'?

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Inside Harley Street, BBC2 - review: Vanessa Engle saves real characters till last

The three-part documentary has provided fascinating insight into private healthcare and cosmetic medicine

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Safe House, review: Fingernail chewingly tense

As entertaining as it’s been so far, my one gripe would be the show’s curious habit of solving mysteries almost as soon as they surface

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Driving force: Peter Kay stars in and co-wrote ‘Car Share’

Peter Kay’s Car Share, review: New comedy is the perfect vehicle for the comedian's talents - perhaps he could try Top Gear next?

It’s already clear that this series will work best when it doesn’t try too hard for the belly laughs

Masterchef cooks Tony Rodd (left), Emma Spitzer (second left) and
Simon Wood (right) posing with judges Gregg Wallace (centre) and John Torode (second right).

MasterChef, TV review: The final climaxed in a frenzy of herbs and hyperbole

Simon Wood's cooking sent the judges into slightly frightening raptures

The cast of W1A return for a second series

Grace Dent on TV: W1A is the BBC pulling its pants down and slapping its own bare cheeks

Every episode, for me, is a ticker-tape parade of recognisable woes - not just from my nigh-continuous dealings with the Beeb, but with all channels

Madam Secretary, TV review: Elizabeth McCord gets a visit from the King of Swaziland

It was a chance for the new Secretary of State to demonstrate her compassionate understanding of the Aids epidemic, memory for difficult-to-pronounce names and stylish dress sense

Inside No. 9, Nana's Party, TV review: League of Gentleman's Reece Shearsmith steals the show in this very clever drama

*Spoiler Warning!* Impressive performances by Claire Skinner and Lorraine Ashbourne

Corporate affair: The sitcom has become a satire of corporate culture in general

W1A, TV review: Too cosy to be cutting but, moving forward, it's totes worth sticking with

Broadcasting House was preparing for a visit from Prince Charles in this opening episode to the second series of the BBC-based sitcom

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What did LBC think would be gained by offering a platform to the swivel-eyed troll? asks Fiona Sturges

Jane The Virgin, TV review: Latin American TV phenomenon is given the slick treatment

The premise of this first episode was ridiculous but the characters are likable and the melodrama is done with its tongue firmly in cheek

This World: World's Richest Terror Army, TV review: A crystal-clear analysis of how Isis became the most brutal billionaires on Earth

This highly informative - but not hugely revealing documentary - fronted by Peter Taylor focused on the often prosaic workings that have led to the group amassing an estimated $2bn

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Plus Sized Wars, Channel 4 - TV review: Drop-dead gorgeous size 24-model Tess shows that big really is beautiful

Tess effortlessly exposed just how embarrassingly behind the times mainstream fashion is

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