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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

Snowfall, BBC Two review - blizzard hits South Central

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LFF 2017: Journey's End review - classic play becomes cracking film

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LFF 2017: Breathe review - overdosing on good intentions

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Blade Runner 2049 review - powerful but needs more soul

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The Last Post, BBC One review - sundown on the Empire

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h.Club 100 Awards: Broadcast - calling out around the world

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The Child in Time, BBC One review - lost in translation

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle review - too much of everything

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Black Lake, BBC Four review – Nordic blanc falls flat

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Prism, Hampstead Theatre review - a life through the lens

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Liar, ITV - who, if anybody, is telling the truth?

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Tin Star, Sky Atlantic - broken characters stalked by remorseless fate

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Walter Becker, 1950-2017 - 'we play rock and roll, but we swing when we play'

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Williams review - much more than a film about motor racing

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The Handmaid's Tale, Series 1 finale, Channel 4 review - exquisite to look at but glacially slow

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The Wall review - action undercut by too much talk

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k.d.lang, Brighton Dome review - superb revival of classic a...

It’s hard to convey in an age of equal marriage and gender fluidity the impact that k.d. lang’s Ingénue had when it was released in 1992...

The Night of the Iguana, Noël Coward Theatre review - Clive...

One of the glories of contemporary London theatre is its revivals of classic American drama. Year after year, audiences are able to revisit and...

Ewa Banaszkiewicz and Mateusz Dymek: 'Is our film porny...

Spoiler alert: About sixty-four minutes into our debut feature film, one of the main female characters undresses for the camera. Alicja is being...

The Day We Walked on the Moon, ITV review - it was 50 years...

It was on 16 July 1969 that Apollo 11 lifted off from Florida en route for the Moon, and exactly 50 years later, as we nervously anticipate the...

Burt Bacharach Together with Joss Stone, Eventim Apollo revi...

Whatever age you are, in whatever era you grew up – wherever you grew up – you will know, perhaps unknowingly, a large handful of songs by Burt...

Inside the Social Network: Facebook's Difficult Year, B...

Not everybody is on Facebook, yet. So far, Mark Zuckerberg’s social media monolith has only managed to scrape together about 2.3 billion users,...

The Best Plays in London

London is the theatre capital of the world, with more than 50 playhouses offering theatrical entertainment. From the mighty National Theatre to...

CD: The Flaming Lips – King’s Mouth

Oh to be inside the head of Wayne Coyne. The frazzle-haired frontman has always been an enigma, persistently quirky, morally dubious, and...

Equus, Trafalgar Studios review - passionate intensity

When he gave Martin Dysart, the troubled psychiatrist protagonist of Equus, a line in which he speaks about “moments of experience” being...