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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

Top Boy, Season 5, Netflix review - grime and punishment

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AngelHeaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan and T Rex review - musical doc falls between two stools

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Who Is Erin Carter?, Netflix review - secrets and ultra-violence under the Catalan sun

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The Following Events Are Based on a Pack of Lies, BBC One - deliciously bingeable drama from the Skinner sisters

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Harlan Coben's Shelter, Prime Video review - what the hell is going on in Kasselton, New Jersey?

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Only Murders in the Building, Disney+ review - this comedy crime drama is a class act

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Enemy of the People, Channel 4 review - murder and corruption in the age of digital media

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Wolf, BBC One review - a load of old...

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Special Ops: Lioness, Paramount+ review - high-octane female cast conducts war on terror

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Oppenheimer review - epic and enthralling study of 'the father of the atomic bomb'

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World on Fire, Series 2, BBC One - return of Peter Bowker's panoramic view of World War Two

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Disturbing Disappearances, More4 review - headstrong 'tec tackles Pied Piper mystery

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, BST Hyde Park review - Saturday in the park with Bruce

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Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan, Season 4, Prime Video review - final outing for John Krasinski's CIA hero

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Hijack, Apple TV+ review - trapped at 40,000 feet with a bunch of armed thugs

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Spiral of Lies, Channel 4 review - bodies, fibs and bad karma in Biarritz

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King Lear, Almeida Theatre review - Danny Sapani dazzles in...

Less than three years after her magnificent Macbeth, Yaël Farber returns to the Almeida with another...

Bill Bailey: Thoughtifier, Brighton Centre review - offbeat...

I first saw Bill Bailey at least 30 years ago in the cabaret tent at...

Hadestown, Lyric Theatre review - soul-stirring musical glor...

Doom and gloom, we are told, may have abounded in the classical underworld, but Hadestown suggests otherwise. Returning to...

Tom Chatfield: Wise Animals review - on the changing world

Consider a chimp peeling a stick which it will poke into a termite nest. It strikes us as a human gesture. Our primate cousin is fashioning a tool...

Album: Aziza Brahim - Mawja

Glitterbeat is home to a wildly eclectic and reliably brilliant world of...

An Enemy of the People, Duke of York's Theatre - perfor...

Real life is a helluva lot scarier right now than you might guess from the performative theatrics on display in the new...

Double Feature, Hampstead Theatre review - with directors li...

It’s awards season in the film world, which means that we’re currently swamped by hyperbolic shows of love and respect – actors and their...

theartsdesk Q&A: Wim Wenders on 'Perfect Days'

Wim Wenders’ latest narrative film Perfect Days might seem an uncommonly mellow work by the maker of Alice in the Cities (...

Album: Laetitia Sadier - Rooting for Love

It must be kind of unreal living in the Stereolab universe.

A band of geeky...