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New Worlds
Oh good, a costumed Restoration romp promising oodles of swash and buckle, handsome heroes and fair ladies. But before you settle down to watch epic four-part drama series New Worlds (Channel 4, Tuesday at 9pm), be warned: viewers of a sensitive...
A Very British Renaissance
Italians do it better: when Venice and Florence, Leonardo and Raphael led the Renaissance, shouldn’t our murky backwater of an island at the far edge of Europe just accept its place in the cultural shadows? Not if art historian Dr James Fox has...
After The Thick Of It-lite success of Olympic bureaucracy satire Twenty Twelve, Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville) is back in W1A (BBC Two, Wednesday, 10pm). The apparatchik has found a new, natural home, as the BBC’s Head of Values, commuting on his...
Grand Canal Journeys
‘A wonderful antidote to the hustle and bustle of modern life – you can’t rush on a canal.’ Singing the praises of a leisurely barge cruise, it’s Edward VII, and alongside him is Sybil Fawlty – outside of their former television guises, also known as...
Mary Berry Cooks
Where others might simply unwrap the Battenberg and pop on the kettle when guests come over, teatime at Mary Berry’s is an altogether more elaborate aff air. Dainty homemade scones and cream with jam (homemade too, of course), orange butterfly cakes,...
What’s in a name? For adherents to the theory of ‘nominative determinism’, everything. A man named Bolt, for example, was born to run as fast as lightning. Maxine Peake, meanwhile, was never going to be one for minimalist restraint in the acting trade....
They want it to work. We want it to work. Everyone’s tried so hard. Perhaps it’s that sheer straining effort that is the problem with Blandings (BBC One, Sunday at 6.30pm): all the furious mugging for the camera by the entire cast. It almost feels rude...
If you've ever wondered about the best way to go about cooking elk liver – and which of us hasn’t at one time or another? – there’s a simple recipe that comes courtesy of Hugh Fearnley- Whittingstall. First, shoot an elk. In Scandimania (Channel 4,...
Britain’s Great War
Would that Jeremy Paxman had been around in 1914: ‘So, Kaiser Bill, you don’t seriously expect the rest of the world to stand by as you roll on across the Belgian border, do you?’ Others in this centenary year will no doubt tell how nations clashed...
The Musketeers
Lowbrow, hokum, trash: don’t get me wrong, these are heartfelt terms of praise. It’s all very well knocking mindless entertainment but where would we be without it on Sunday nights? So we should welcome the latest revival of The Musketeers (Sunday, BBC...
This World: The Tea Trail With Simon Reeve
It’s the most combustible question in an age-old debate: milk first or after? Yes, we Brits can remain insouciant when it comes to those trivial other little matters – you know, religion, politics, global warming – but we’ll brook no argument when it...
It’s rumoured Lord Lucan was once invited to audition for the part of James Bond, but you’d bet his 007 would have been dead before the end of reel one. Seldom has an aristocrat’s epithet dripped with more irony than that of ‘Lucky’ Lucan. The earl was...
The Secret Life Of Mary Poppins: A Culture Show Special
That spoon of sugar was too sickly sweet for PL Travers to swallow: such is the story of Saving Mr Banks, the new film charting the battle between the Mary Poppins authoress and Walt Disney as he diluted her vision in the grand Hollywood style to bring...
The Crimson Field
Just a few miles short of the bloodiest battlefront in history, the genteel ladies of the Home Counties have gathered to perform good deeds on the Western Front in 1915 (The Crimson Field, BBC One, Sunday at 9pm). The volunteer nurses of the Voluntary...
Jamaica Inn
Welcome to the wild west, an unruly, brutish place, where violent death and the hangman’s noose are never too far away, while all around the rugged landscape is as inhospitable as it is breathtakingly beautiful. That is, the wild west of Cornwall; for...
The First Georgians: The German Kings Who Made Britain
You may not have noticed, but Britain’s been invaded and taken over by the Germans. Admittedly the conquest did take place three centuries ago and the effects have been entirely benevolent. The First Georgians: The German Kings Who Made Britain...
Audrey Hepburn: Belgian. So too Rubens. Magritte. And Herman Van Rompuy. You know, the European Council’s gnome-like president. OK, perhaps the last one isn’t such a killer example, but you get the point: there’s far more to the undeservedly...
Bright Lights, Brilliant Minds: A Tale Of Three Cities
A ‘laboratory for the end of the world’ – that magical writer Karl Kraus captures the promise and dark portent flowing through Vienna a century ago. In a new series, Bright Lights, Brilliant Minds: A Tale Of Three Cities (BBC Four, Wednesday, 9pm),...
Sweets Made Simple
‘I’m a strong believer in a little bit of what you fancy does you good,’ declares a minxy blonde as an impassioned article of faith. Beside her a happy gentleman sporting a set of whiskers befitting a Royalist cavalier, joyfully gorges on a mountain of...
Win It Cook It
In theory it may be the acme of leisured decadence, but too often daytime television is a wasteland of disappointment at just the moment when you’re in the mood for settling down on the sofa to enjoy a relaxing break. Even with the plethora of choice...

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