sun 24/06/2018

Adam Sweeting

Adam Sweeting's picture
Bio
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

Reporting Trump's First Year: the Fourth Estate, BBC Two - all hands on deck at the Gray Lady

Read more...

Ocean's 8 review – half-cocked caper

Read more...

Hidden, BBC Four review - a death in Snowdonia

Read more...

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review - dinosaurs in peril

Read more...

Our Girl, Series 4, BBC One review - 2 Section versus Boko Haram

Read more...

King Lear, BBC Two review - modernised TV adaptation is a mixed blessing

Read more...

The Rolling Stones, London Stadium review - only rock'n'roll?

Read more...

A Very English Scandal, BBC One review - making a drama out of a crisis

Read more...

The Handmaid's Tale, Series 2, Channel 4 review - it's not getting any better for Offred

Read more...

Innocent, ITV review - David Collins wants his life back

Read more...

Patrick Melrose, Sky Atlantic review - an olympiad of substance abuse

Read more...

Anon review - adventures in cyber-noir

Read more...

Entebbe review – Seventies hijack drama remains grounded

Read more...

Homeland, Series 7 Finale, Channel 4 review - Russian roulette

Read more...

Andrew Haigh: 'In the end you have to be able to make the decisions' - interview

Read more...

Jeff Beck: Still on the Run, BBC Four review - a legend without portfolio

Read more...

Pages

latest in today

Reporting Trump's First Year: the Fourth Estate, BBC Tw...

The cataclysm of Donald Trump’s election was like a second...

Katharine Kilalea: OK, Mr Field review - architecture and al...

Modern novels with an architectural theme have, to say the least, a mixed pedigree. At their finest, as in Thomas Bernhard’s Correction,...

theartsdesk in Paris - following in the footsteps of Gounod

It’s a truism that history is written by the victors, but nowhere in classical music is the argument made more persuasively than in the legacy and...

Sarah Langford: In Your Defence review - messy lives

When Sarah Langford goes to work, she puts on warpaint and wig and acts. But she is not an actor. She defends those who might or might not be...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Contract in Blood / Winds of Time

Although the cover of the 19 May 1979 issue of the music weekly Sounds was dominated by a photo of American...

CD: Ray Davies - Our Country: Americana Act II

When Ray Davies released his Americana LP last year, much was made of how the the ex-Kink's lyrical...

CD: Let's Eat Grandma - I'm All Ears

Norwich is remote, out near the Norfolk Broads, doing its own thing on Britain’s eastern-most edge. It’s not renowned as a place that’s...

theartsdesk at Glastonbury Festival 2018

Daft Punk! Kendrick Lamar! The Kinks! Yes! We blew the lid off!

What? No! There IS no...

The Town Hall Affair, The Wooster Group, Barbican review - e...

Iconoclasm, orgasms, and rampant rhetoric are all on irrepressible display in...