E4’s new US-import sitcom 'Marry Me'

Marry Me, TV review: Comforting nostalgia tale features an assortment of well-worn gender-based stereotypes

E4's new US-import sitcom Marry Me is a comforting nostalgia tale about long-term, intimate relationships – y'know, those things that used to develop when two people were in same room, communicating face to face.

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Simon Armitage's play is drawn from Homer's The Iliad and was staged last year at the Manchester Royal Exchange and at Shakespeare's Globe before being divided into two parts for radio

A history of violence: ‘Angry, White and Proud’ looked at the rise of far-right groups

Angry, White and Proud, Channel 4 - review: An expose of hooliganism masquerading as an ideological battle

 Both sides here are just angry men wearing different clothes

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Cockroaches, ITV2 - TV review: Like 'The Walking Dead' with a sillier sense of humour and a British TV budget

The script kept us entertained by pondering the many "what ifs" of life after civilisation

Nature's Weirdest Events, back for a fourth series on BBC2

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The Springwatch presenter was at his most inspiring when striding through the countryside

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Girls series 4, Sky Atlantic - review: Will these self-obsessed Brooklynite brats ever grow up?

Half of the pleasure of Girls is the hate-watching

What's the Right Diet for You? A Horizon Special

What’s the Right Diet for You? A Horizon Special, BBC2 - TV review

The dieters thought it was a treat, but it was really a test, which is a bit sneaky

Olivia Colman and David Tennant star in 'Broadchurch'

Broadchurch series 2, ITV - review: Is there too much drama simply for the sake of it?

Episode 2: There's plenty going on but it lacks the subtlety of the first series

Caroline makes an upsetting call

Last Tango in Halifax - review: Is Sally Wainwright's series getting too dramatic?

Episode 3: This week viewers were plunged from the heights of joy into the depths of despair all in the space of an hour

Lucy Worsley and David Starkey, the presenters of 'Britain’s Tudor Treasure: a Night at Hampton Court'

Britain’s Tudor Treasure: a Night at Hampton Court, review: Whets the appetite for 'Wolf Hall'

Starkey and Worsley put aside their feuding to mark the palace's 500th year

Olivia Coleman and David Tennant lead the cast of 'Broadchurch'

Grace Dent on TV: Broadchurch is actually just Eastenders, shot in a sweeping Scandi style

Even an Albert Square addict like me is finding this sequel hard to swallow

Inside story: 13 young troublemakers volunteered for 'Bring Back Borstal'

Bring Back Borstal, TV review: What kind of a teen troublemaker volunteers to go to television borstal anyway?

If you're the sort of person who despairs at those cushy modern prisons where inmates are allowed to read books, eat food and occasionally glimpse daylight from between the bars of their cell, then ITV's new series Bring Back Borstal should be exactly your cup of gruel.

Taking a different tack: Jacques Peretti in 'The Super-Rich and Us'

The Super-Rich and Us, TV review: Interesting and enraging in equal measure

There have been a few documentaries lately inviting us to envy the opulent lifestyles of the obscenely wealthy, but Peretti took a different tack

The Restoration Man, TV review: A wrecked Grade II-listed cottage is transformed into a cosy (and expensive) family home

George Clarke, with his lovely Wearside lilt, was back for a new series of watching people turn follies into cosy family homes. Or just expensive follies.

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Inexplicable red herrings make for damp squib not even David Tennant can revive

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