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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

Trust Me, Series 2, BBC One review - hospital killer chiller

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Wild Rose review - how country music can set you free

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Don't Forget the Driver, BBC Two review - trying to beat the Bognor blues

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Pet Sematary review - spine-jolting shocks, but a disappointing ending

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Line of Duty, Series 5, BBC One review - already it's dark, dirty and dangerous

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Road to Brexit, BBC Two review - a rotten historian for a rotten parliament

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Victoria, Series 3, ITV review - can Her Maj cope with the Age of Revolution?

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The White Crow review - gripping depiction of the brilliance of Nureyev

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Shetland, Series 5 Finale, BBC One review - Sicario-on-Sea?

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Triple Frontier, Netflix review - war-on-drugs thriller suffers identity crisis

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Cheat, ITV review - fear and loathing in academia

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Leaving Neverland: Michael Jackson and Me, Channel 4 review - sordid revelations from the court of the King of Pop

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Serenity review - a game of two ill-fitting halves

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Strike Back: Silent War, Sky 1 review - bullets, bodies, baddies and a stolen atom bomb

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The Aftermath review - it looks great but it lacks bite

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This Time with Alan Partridge, BBC One review - a man out of time?

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CD: Ingrid Michaelson - Stranger Songs

Eight albums in, you can imagine why a singer-songwriter in the confessional vein of Ingrid Michaelson might be ready...

Drag SOS, Channel 4 review - absolutely fabulous

According to the Manchester drag collective the Family Gorgeous, “drag should be for everyone.” And on the evidence of this first programme,...

The Planets, Series Finale, BBC Two review - ice cold on Nep...

As an aid to meditation, Professor Brian Cox’s latest series could hardly be faulted. A majestic tour of the Solar System awash with computerised...

Cash Cow, Hampstead Theatre review - timely look at pushy te...

“How much does she owe us?” So ponder the now estranged parents of a former tennis pro, as they calculate the very literal investment they’ve put...

Mari review - bittersweet drama with flair

Mari is one part kitchen sink drama, one part...

Blu-ray: For All Mankind

Al Reinert's For All Mankind isn't quite what it seems. In a famous 1962 speech, President Kennedy spoke of the knowledge to be gained...

BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2019 Final, BBC Four review...

If ever there was an instance of the great being the enemy of the good, it happened after all the live...

Brundibár, Welsh National Opera review - bittersweet childre...

Politics, in case you may not have noticed, has been in the air of late: questions of escape, release, borders, refugees, things like that. So...

Belshazzar, The Grange Festival review – songs of freedom

Cut almost anywhere into the lesser-known seams of Handel’s oratorios and you may strike plentiful nuggets of the purest gold. It may not be quite...

Beecham House, ITV review - a cartoon version of 18th centur...

It has become routine to accuse Brexiteers of wanting to bring...