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Adam Sweeting

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Former features editor of Melody Maker, Adam has written on rock, classical music and television for the Guardian, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, Independent on Sunday, Uncut, Classic FM and Gramophone, and on motor-racing for Motorsport. He co-founded The Virtual Television Company, which made Mr Rock'n'Roll (Channel 4), Pavarotti: The Last Tenor (BBC2 Arena) and Imagine - Nigel Kennedy (BBC One)

Articles By Adam Sweeting

Sons of Denmark review - political thriller stirs cauldron of hot-button issues

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Traces, Alibi review - pedigree cast battles implausible plot

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How They Built the Titanic, Channel 5 review - the great liner revisited again, but why now?

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Giri/Haji, Series Finale, BBC Two review - a thriller, but much more besides

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The Family Secret, Channel 4 review - lives destroyed by historic sexual abuse

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Takaya: Lone Wolf, BBC Four review - enigmatic predator baffles boffins

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Tutankhamun with Dan Snow, Channel 5 review - too many presenters spoil Egyptian boy-king doc

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8 Days, Sky Atlantic review - could armageddon really be this boring?

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The Sinner, Series 2, BBC Four review - a white-knuckle ride into spiritual darkness

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21 Bridges review - police corruption thriller sets a cracking pace

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Greg Davies: Looking for Kes, BBC Four review - touching insights into the story of Barnsley boy Billy Casper

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The Crown, Series 3, Netflix review - if you want binge TV, there's none finer

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Gold Digger, BBC One review - Julia Ormond tackles those mid-life blues

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Ant Middleton and Liam Payne: Straight Talking, Sky 1 review - when the commando met the pop star

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Midway review - gung-ho heroes battle moribund script

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Dublin Murders, Series Finale, BBC One review - eerie detective drama grips tightly

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