Sally Newall

Sally Newall is editor of IndyBest, the shopping section of independent.co.uk and in the i Paper. She also has a weekly television column in the Independent.

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Children of the Gaza War, BBC2, review: This was not an episode of 'Homeland', but our world now

The heart-breaking stories of innocent children, victims of last year's 51-day battle

Alan Gardner and his team of on-the-spectrum amateur horticulturists

The Autistic Gardener, Channel 4, review: An insight into living with autism first, a gardening show second

Pink-haired Alan Gardner recruits a team of gardeners and fellow autists to "unlock genius"

90 Cats and Counting: Cat Crazies, TV review: Channel 5 delivered on the borderline-unhinged quota

Felines are good for viewing figures, particularly if their eccentric owners are involved

Innocent victim: Oli, a 13-year-old from Cornwall, featured in ‘Kids in Crisis?’

Kids in Crisis?, TV review: A heartbreaking look at how cuts are hitting young people with mental health problems

The Channel 4 programme focused on the problem of young people being separated from their families due to lack of provision in their area

The Interviews, TV review: Delving into the darker side of Carry On king Kenneth Williams

Each episode of the Gold show is a biography of a British comedy great told through chat show clips and TV appearances

The formula retains its magic as Andrew and Jenni get married

Don't Tell The Bride, TV review: Watching others suffer shows us what to expect when planning our own weddings

The BBC Three stalwart has been bumped up from the kids' corner to the top table

Love Island, TV review: Watching them take it in turns to choose a mate was painful viewing

The show is a reincarnation of a mid-Noughties format involving Z-list celebrities, now revamped with civilians

Balancing act: Jane Corbin attempted to present a fuller picture of Bin Laden

This World: The Bin Laden Conspiracy?, TV review: So what did we learn about the death of Bin Laden? Absolutely nothing

The programme's presenter Jane Corbin attempted balance but was thwarted by lack of footage and sources

Suspicious minds: O-T Fagbenle (centre) in ‘The Interceptor’

The Interceptor, TV review: It's EastEnders on an adrenalin rush but this contrived cop show lacks heart

The BBC's watchable but predictable prime-time cop drama starred O-T Fagbenle as a custom official who wanted to get to the "serious crims"

Andrew Roberts at a reconstruction of the Battle of Borodino

Napoleon, TV review: Historian Andrew Roberts is unapologetic in his admiration of the Little Corporal

This first episode in the BBC's three-parter was absorbing, but at times uncomfortably ingratiating

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