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Emma Dibdin

Articles By Emma Dibdin

Playhouse Presents: The Minor Character, Sky Arts

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Homeland, Channel 4

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This Must Be The Place

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Dexter, Series 6, FX

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Mad Men, Series 5, Sky Atlantic

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The Hunger Games

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Love Life, ITV1

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White Heat, BBC Two

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The Adopted

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Upstairs Downstairs, Series Two, BBC One

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Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

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