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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

Big Little Lies, Series 2, Sky Atlantic review - supercharged start for new season

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Gloria Bell review - dancing away the heartache

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63 Up, ITV review - age is beginning to wither them

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Her Majesty's Cavalry, ITV review - my kingdom for a horse

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Sundance London 2019 review - psychotic maniacs and old-fashioned weepies

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Thunder Road review - potent and poignant debut feature

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Chernobyl, Episode 4, Sky Atlantic review - life in the death zone

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The Planets, BBC Two review - boy-band boffin rides again

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Summer of Rockets, BBC Two review - pride and prejudice in 1950s Britain

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Alastair Campbell: Depression and Me, BBC Two review - is there an alternative to a life on anti-depressants?

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Heathrow: Britain's Busiest Airport, ITV review - 80 million passengers but not much action

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Gentleman Jack, BBC One review - the revolutionary life of Anne Lister

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John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum review - mayhem in Manhattan

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Years and Years, BBC One review - ambitious but amorphous

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Bear's Mission with David Walliams, ITV review - celebs go wild in the country

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Deep State, Series 2, Fox review - covert conspiracies in Africa

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DVD/Blu-ray: Flash Gordon

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Elektra, Salzburg Festival, Arte review - distancing, but no...

So much for the assertion that nowhere in the world would be staging the big...

Scrounger, Finborough Theatre online review – autobiography...

During the current pandemic, stories about isolation have a particular resonance. Feelings of claustrophobia, loneliness and frustration slide off...

'Rehearsing Beethoven with Barenboim felt like an histo...

Joining the Vienna Philharmonic as a student and young...

John Cleese, livestream from Cadogan Hall review - abandon a...

At the age of 80, John Cleese probably doesn't care what people think of him. But then, when you were one-sixth of Monty Python and co-creator of...

Album: Fantastic Negrito - Have You Lost Your Mind Yet?

Like Fantastic Negrito’s previous, Grammy-winning albums, ...

Ali Smith: Summer review - a hopeful present, beautifully de...

It is no surprise, given her Cambridge Intellectual literary style, that Ali Smith’s Summer is multi-layered, referential, and filled...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Shellshock Rock

The feather in this particular cap is a DVD of director John T. Davis’...

Mary South: You Will Never Be Forgotten review - canny tales...

Never Let Me Go meets free, two-day shipping.” This is how Mary South describes “Keith Prime”, the first story in her debut collection....

Emily St John Mandel: The Glass Hotel review - a Ponzi schem...

Vast wealth and equally vast fraud are part of the plot in The Glass Hotel, Emily St John Mandel’s irresistible fifth novel, but much...