sat 25/06/2022

Gerard Gilbert

Bio
Gerard has been a television critic and feature writer for the Independent since 1994. He has also written about TV and cinema for Time Out, The New Statesman and Radio Times.

Articles By Gerard Gilbert

Lip Service, BBC Three

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PhoneShop, E4

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First Light, BBC Two

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This is England '86, Channel 4

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The King is Dead, BBC Three

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E Numbers: an Edible Adventure, BBC Two

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Vexed, BBC Two

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The Normans, BBC Two

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The Men Who Jump Off Buildings, Channel 4

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Living with Brucie, Channel 4

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Dive, BBC Two

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Pulse, BBC Three

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Ashes to Ashes, BBC One

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Justified, Five USA

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Chris Ryan's Strike Back, Sky1

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Beautiful Minds: James Lovelock, BBC Four

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The Big Hit review - prisoners play 'Godot'

High culture...low life. Emmanuel Courcol’s film The Big Hit (Un Triomphe in France) is a 105-minute experiment in what...

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Manchester Collective were back on home ground last night in the tour of a programme featuring the first performances of a new song cycle by...

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When did life become so theoretical? In the penultimate track of her new album, Home, before and after, Regina Spektor plays the role of...

Blk Jks, Moth Club review - Johannesburg’s art-rockers are m...

Figuratively, “Tselane” is Blk Jks’s “Stairway to Heaven.” Both songs begin quietly and move through passages of turbulence suggesting an...

Album: Hollie Cook - Happy Hour

In a world seemingly devoid of joy, Hollie Cook's fourth...

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Slamming the door on experience comes with repercussions in A Doll's House, Part 2, the thrilling...

Die tote Stadt, Longborough Festival review - Korngold on th...

Will Erich Korngold, the great cinema composer, ever be recognised as a great composer for the live theatre? Probably not, at least until the...