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A Gladiators reunion in Birmingham was the real highlight of the hour

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Very British Problems, TV review: Britons struggle with saying 'have a nice day', because they know they won't

The three-part series is Grumpy Old Men re-imagined as a sort of support group for sufferers of the personality disorder that is being British

Who Do You Think You Are?, TV review: The Great British Bake-Off judge Paul Hollywood researches his Scottish roots

The episode's second half offered a more satisfying set of WDYTYA surprises

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The event was also an excuse for Fitzpatrick to revisit patients from his pioneering practice

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The TV doctor gamely put himself through a series of tests to assess whether they are worth the anxiety or cost

Great British Bake Off - Biscuit Week review: 12 things we learnt

Mary Berry made it quite clear she has no taste for 'exotic' flavours

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'I think that I make very useless work and I’m very proud of it'

Aquarius, Sky Atlantic - TV review: From sci-fi-horror to the Manson murders, Duchovny has still got the X factor

If you liked those ‘Mad Men’ episodes where Don heads  west, you’ll love this

Colin Farrell and Rachel McAdams in True Detective series 2

True Detective season 2 finale review: A confident, chaotic end to the series

The show invests in its emotional stakes - finally - and manages to be surprisingly poignant in doing so

Atomic: Living in Dread and Promise, TV review: Gut-punching cine-essay to round off the 70th anniversary of Hiroshima

Mark Cousins used music by Mogwai to soundtrack footage of a pre-bomb Japan, Greenham Common protests and early experiments in X-ray

Solitary laugh: Will Forte as Phil Miller in the first episode of 'The Last Man on Earth'

The Last Man on Earth, Dave - TV review: An unusually high-concept half-hour

One of the more original new shows on television

Dragons’ Den, TV review: When did the Dragons get so mean?

Nick Jenkins (right), founder of Moonpig.com has a particularly ferocious streak

Katie Hopkins veered between sycophancy and insult in her new chat show

If Katie Hopkins Ruled the World, TV review: 'You're a raging, angry fat person in a pink jacket!' Welcome to Planet Katie....

Hopkins' new talk show wasn't really a talk show and Hopkins wasn't really the host ... but that didn't stop her from sounding off

Sex In Class, TV review: Bringing Britain's abysmal sex education up to standard

Is Britain ready for Belgian sexologist Goedele Liekens?

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