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Markie Robson-Scott

Articles By Markie Robson-Scott

Deadwater Fell, Channel 4 review - dark murder mystery in a Scottish village

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Rosamund Lupton: Three Hours review - gripping thriller with a Macbeth twist

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Pink Wall review - scattered scenes from a tortuous relationship

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Greener Grass review - American suburbia goes haywire in surreal dark comedy

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Vienna Blood, BBC Two review - psychoanalysis and murder in turn-of-the-century Vienna

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Guilt, BBC Two review - dark Scottish comedy starring Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives

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Monos review - teenage guerrillas raising havoc

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Hitsville: the Making of Motown - a thrilling celebration of the record label's heyday

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Phoenix review - Norwegian family tragedy with an autobiographical slant

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Heartbreak Holiday, BBC One review - can it match up to Love Island?

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Train Your Baby Like A Dog, Channel 4 review - an animal behaviourist tackles tantrums

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JT Leroy review - pseudonym, avatar, literary hoax

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This Way Up, Channel 4 review - hilarity with a dark undercurrent

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Inside the Secret World of Incels, BBC One review - involuntary celibacy, violence and despair

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Lucinda Williams, Barbican review - memories, heartache and Southern secrets

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Marianne and Leonard review - the artist, his muse and collateral damage

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