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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

Anthracite, Netflix review - murderous mysteries in the French Alps

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Civil War review - God help America

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Scoop, Netflix review - revisiting a Right Royal nightmare

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This Town, BBC One review - lurid melodrama in Eighties Brummieland

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Passenger, ITV review - who are they trying to kid?

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3 Body Problem, Netflix review - life, the universe and everything (and a bit more)

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The Delinquents review - escape to the country, Buenos Aires style

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Manhunt, Apple TV+ review - all the President's men

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The New Boy review - a mystical take on Australia's treatment of its First Peoples

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The Gentlemen, Netflix review - Guy Ritchie's further adventures in Geezerworld

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Prisoner, BBC Four review - jailhouse rocked by drugs, violence and racism

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Drive to Survive, Season 6, Netflix review - F1 documentary overtaken by events

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The Way, BBC One review - steeltown blues

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Kin, Series 2, BBC One review - when crime dynasties collide

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Bob Marley: One Love review - sanitised official version of the Jamaican icon's story

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Griselda, Netflix review - Sofía Vergara excels as the Godmother of cocaine trafficking

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Album: Fred Hersch - Silent, Listening

The previous solo piano solo album from Fred Hersch, one of the world’s great...

Music Reissues Weekly: Linda Smith - I So Liked Spring, Noth...

Three years ago, the release of Till Another Time 1988-1996 generated a thumbs up. A compilation of recordings by the Baltimore and/or...

London Tide, National Theatre review - haunting moody river...

“He do the police in different voices.” If ever one phrase summed up a work of fiction, and the art of its writer, then surely it is this...

Watts, BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Bignamini, Barbica...

Anyone who’d booked to hear soprano Sally Matthews or to witness the rapid progress of conductor Daniele Rustioni – the initial draw for me –...

The Songs of Joni Mitchell, Roundhouse review - fans (old an...

For most people’s 40th birthday celebrations, they might get a few...

Fantastic Machine review - photography's story from one...

The first photograph was taken nearly 200 years ago in France by Joseph Niépce, and the first picture of a person was taken in Paris by Louis...

Album: Taylor Swift - The Tortured Poets Department: The Ant...

Taylor Swift’s unfathomable ability to articulate human emotion shines as brightly as ever in her latest double album The Tortured Poets...

Jonathan Pie, Duke of York's Theatre review - spoof pol...

If you don't like sweary comics – Jonathan Pie uses the c-word liberally – then this may not be the show for you. In fact if you're a Tory, ditto...

Baby Reindeer, Netflix review - a misery memoir disturbingly...

Richard Gadd won an Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2016 with...

Machinal, The Old Vic review - note-perfect pity and terror

Virtuosity and a wildly beating heart are compatible in Richard Jones’s finely calibrated production of Renaissance woman Sophie Treadwell’s ...