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theartsdesk picks the dramas, sitcoms and documentaries you shouldn't miss
Veteran rockers reminisce riotously on Sky Arts
Legal drama spin-off is as superlative as its precursor
Eighties low-budget classic set in Liverpool given welcome re-release
Sequel to the smash hit of 2014 boasts star cameos but lacks some of the original sparkle
Noble intentions don't do justice to historical horrors
English minimalism, folk-inspired choral music and a wintry violin sonata
Imaginative brilliance in a spectacular showcase for thriving new music scene
Haas's contemporary classic speaks louder than ever in the current political climate
Gerald Finley reprises his tormented nuclear scientist in electrifying company
A savage new conversation piece lives up to its distinguished source
Monteverdi Odyssey begins, aptly and superbly, with the last masterpiece
The National Theatre's former boss is wonderfully insightful about everything but himself
Stephen Unwin on 'All Our Children', his play for Jermyn Street Theatre about Nazi persecution of the disabled
Colourful and vivid revival of Martin Crimp’s 1993 tale of New York
Watson and Osipova hypnotic in MacMillan's character-driven masterpiece
Steven Cantor’s film tracks the making and breaking of ballet superstar Sergei Polunin
Astonishing, unclassifiable work of dance theatre about an unrepresentable subject
Former Labour adviser finds the funny in politics
Julie Walters presents the first part of BBC One's series celebrating a comedian without equal
An amiable mix of sex and politics
Is the final frontier one step too far for this sci-fi epic?
The sun shines brightly on this benchmark action RPG
Life through a long-range lens
The sculptor uses English materials to take over an 18th-century estate in Norfolk
Weaving with water: a tribute to Trinidad, the Old Masters and Mario Balotelli
A vital selective history in images, but is much of it great art - and does it matter?