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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A glass act: Dr Chris van Tulleken (left) and twin Xand get set for their drinking challenge

Horizon: Is Binge Drinking Really That Bad?, TV review: Xand and Chris van Tulleken get smashed in the name of science

The twins are genetically identical, which makes them useful guinea pigs

Shocking: dog dealer Bernadette O'Neill features in Sam Poling's rigorous film, 'The Dog Factory'

The Dog Factory, BBC1 - TV review: No Disney ending to exposure of dog trafficking

Culprits were exposed, named and shamed and confronted

Blinging up baby, Channel 5

Blinging Up Baby: You Won't Believe It! Channel 5 - TV review: Few people agree that forcing oversized diamante earrings on a toddler is a good idea

The mothers have their motivations, whether it's trying to instil confidence they never had as children or compensating for a dad's absence

13 best travel wallets

Stay organised on your trips abroad. IndyBest finds well-thought-out holders for all of your essentials

Modern Times: The Great British Garden Watch, TV review: Amateur Attenboroughs are the stars

Lucy Cohen's gentle but affecting film focused on people who spend serious time recording creatures great and small in their gardens

Dominic West and Ruth Wilson in The Affair

The Affair, TV review: Dominic West and Ruth Wilson excel in a raw, sexy and slick drama

The US drama has already bagged two Golden Globes, including best drama

13 best leather cross-body bags

From high-street gems to luxe designer buys, we find hands-free accessories to see you through summer 

Bugsplat!, TV review: The cast and crew sound promising but this black comedy lacks chemistry

The Channel 4 show is based around the confines of a drone pilot headquarters

On the case: Tom Davis and Jamie Laing in 'Murder in Successville'

Murder in Successville, TV review: A mash-up of real and fake celebrities makes this spoof cop show weirdly fun to watch

BBC3's spoof cop show mash-up has weird chemistry and lots of laughs

Inspector George Gently, TV review: Things weren't exactly gentle as as rape, murder and sexism kicked off new series

Tonight, the focus was rape cases involving prostitutes, which the force wasn't investigating rigorously enough

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