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15 items from 2013


Atlantis episode 12 review: Touched By The Gods - Part 1

19 December 2013 11:29 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Review Dave Adamson 21 Dec 2013 - 21:00

The penultimate episode of Atlantis' first series delivers its strongest episode for some time. Here's Dave's review...

This review contains spoilers.

1.12 Touched By The Gods - Part 1

We'll start with a recap of the action. Fate comes a-calling this week, as Jason has to carry out his oath and kill Pasiphae. Whilst Jason, Hercules and Pythagoras plot to kill Pasiphae, she is tending to her husband as his end draws near. She is still plotting his demise, whilst our three heroes plan to break into Pasiphae’s chambers and kill her.

With this level of plotting, what could possibly go wrong for anyone?

The Queen is unaware of the plot against her and continues to stoke up her position of power, though a botched assassination attempt does shake her resolve slightly and she sets out to discover the identity of her would-be-executioner, deploying »

- louisamellor

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Atlantis episode 12: 10 teasers about 'Touched by the Gods - Part 1'

18 December 2013 5:07 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Atlantis airs the first part of its two-episode finale on Saturday night and the opening segment of 'Touched by the Gods' sees the family fantasy drama back to its best!

Tasked with killing Pasiphae (Sarah Parish) by the sinister Circe (Lucy Cohu), Jason (Jack Donnelly) must infiltrate the royal palace and carry out the dark deed to save his friends.

Injured and desperate, our hero turns to Ariadne (Aiysha Hart) - but has he unwittingly placed his love in even greater danger?

Atlantis episode 12 - in pictures: To kill the Queen

Atlantis continues on Saturday (December 21) at 7.55pm on BBC One.

1. Jason gets an offer that he cannot refuse.

2. "He is more fond of sheep than any man I have ever met."

3. Hercules (Mark Addy) once did something rather unusual to a rabid bull.

4. "This is all my fault, isn't it?"

5. Jason isn't the only one who has thought about killing the Queen. »

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Atlantis episode 12 - in pictures: To kill the Queen

16 December 2013 4:01 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Remember Jason's (Jack Donnelly) pact with Circe (Lucy Cohu) that he would kill Queen Pasiphae (Sarah Parish)? Our hero is reminded of his promise in this Saturday's penultimate instalment of Atlantis...

With her threat hanging over him, Jason has no choice but to act, yet infiltrating the palace seems nigh on impossible. Perhaps someone on the inside can help him to accomplish his dark task?

Atlantis continues on Saturday (December 21) at 7.55pm on BBC One.

> Atlantis episode 11 review: An English werewolf in Atlantis

Atlantis episode 12 'Touched by the Gods - Part 1' - in pictures: »

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'Atlantis' episode 6 review: Unrequited love, dark magic and pigs

2 November 2013 2:05 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Our latest trip to Atlantis puts a little flesh on the comedic big bones of Mark Addy's Hercules - it would be easy to relegate Addy's less-than-legendary son of Zeus to slapstick buffoon status, and it's a role he's filled once or twice, but 'The Song of the Sirens' pleasingly digs a little deeper.

The episode sees Hercules, driven to desperation by his love for Medusa (Jemima Rooper) and a few unkind words from his friends, delve into the black arts and make an ill-judged pact with the dread witch Circe (Lucy Cohu).

No, writer Lucy Watkins isn't treating us to a Game of Thrones crossover - that's Cersei, fantasy nerds - but what we get instead are some pleasing nods to Hercules' backstory and to wider Greek mythology.

Even the opening fight scenes are a welcome addition, as Addy's 'strongman' loses a bout but displays just the right »

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Atlantis episode 6 review: The Song Of The Sirens

1 November 2013 9:58 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Review Dave Adamson 2 Nov 2013 - 21:10

Has Atlantis reached a turning point? Here's Dave's review of its best episode yet...

This review contains spoilers.

1.6 The Song of the Sirens

The episode starts with plenty of flesh on show… belonging to Hercules, as he wrestles The Destroyer and, despite a valiant effort, is defeated by the man mountain.

Hercules, it seems, is still smitten on Medusa, much to the concern of Jason and Pythagoras. They fear it is a foolish dream and that his heart may be broken, through no fault of the oblivious girl. As they share these fears, they are unaware that it is they who are breaking Hercules heart, as he overhears every word.

The Oracle calls upon Jason, as her dreams foretell a danger that is approaching, a woman lurking in darkness. Meanwhile, Hercules seeks freedom from his feelings, taking the advice of a trader who sends »

- louisamellor

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'Atlantis' episode 6: 10 teasers about 'The Song of the Sirens'

31 October 2013 5:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Mark Addy's Hercules makes a grave error in this week's Atlantis - desperate to win the heart of Jemima Rooper's Medusa, he turns to the black arts and sets into motion a series of events that could doom the entire city.

Soon, Jason (Jack Donnelly) falls into the clutches of the dread witch Circe (Lucy Cohu) and a dark destiny begins to unfold - check out Digital Spy's ten tantalising teasers for 'The Song of the Sirens' for more hints at what's to come...

> Atlantis episode 5 - in pictures: Ariadne and the exile

Atlantis continues on Saturday (November 2) at 8.15pm on BBC One.

1. 'The Song of the Sirens' features an... erm... eye-catching opening shot!

2. "My dreams are clouded in shadow!"

3. Never trust a shifty-looking Atlantean street trader.

4. "He's like a bull - nothing can divert him from his target."

5. One of the most famous legends of Hercules is referenced. »

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TV highlights 29/07/2013

28 July 2013 11:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Q Pootle 5 | LIve Swimming: World Championships | Raymond Blanc: How To Cook Well | Failed By The NHS | Caligula With Mary Beard | Undercover Boss | Coming Up

Q Pootle 5

8.15am, CBeebies

Sweet CGI action show about amiable alien Q Pootle 5 and his friends: two-headed Eddie, giggling Oopsy and Bud-d (who resembles the lovechild of a robot and an oven). Less laddy than those Octonauts, they're a tight gang with the magical power to mesmerise pre-schoolers. Keen-eared kids' TV fans will appreciate the legendary talent involved. Yes, the men behind Fireman Sam and Daddy Pig lend their voices. In this opening episode, the group take part in the great space race, but Oopsy is having some technical problems. Hannah Verdier

Live Swimming: World Championships

6pm, BBC2

Second day of action from Barcelona's Palau Sant Jordi. While some members of Team Gb accrued more Olympic gold last year than Mr T's neck circa 1986, Britain's »

- Hannah Verdier, Hannah J Davies, Mark Jones, David Stubbs, Martin Skegg, Rachel Aroesti

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TV highlights 29/07/2013

28 July 2013 11:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Q Pootle 5 | LIve Swimming: World Championships | Raymond Blanc: How To Cook Well | Failed By The NHS | Caligula With Mary Beard | Undercover Boss | Coming Up

Q Pootle 5

8.15am, CBeebies

Sweet CGI action show about amiable alien Q Pootle 5 and his friends: two-headed Eddie, giggling Oopsy and Bud-d (who resembles the lovechild of a robot and an oven). Less laddy than those Octonauts, they're a tight gang with the magical power to mesmerise pre-schoolers. Keen-eared kids' TV fans will appreciate the legendary talent involved. Yes, the men behind Fireman Sam and Daddy Pig lend their voices. In this opening episode, the group take part in the great space race, but Oopsy is having some technical problems. Hannah Verdier

Live Swimming: World Championships

6pm, BBC2

Second day of action from Barcelona's Palau Sant Jordi. While some members of Team Gb accrued more Olympic gold last year than Mr T's neck circa 1986, Britain's »

- Hannah Verdier, Hannah J Davies, Mark Jones, David Stubbs, Martin Skegg, Rachel Aroesti

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Gaiman’s ‘Neverwhere’ Starts This Weekend With Cumberbatch, McAvoy & Harewood On Radio 4

14 March 2013 9:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Thn wanted to draw your attention towards this very intriguing radio play Neverwhere, that starts this Saturday on BBC Radio 4 and 4 Extra. It’s from the mind of Neil Gaiman and begins with an hour-long episode at 2:30pm on Saturday 16 March on Radio 4 and continues with five 30-minute instalments across the week on Radio 4 Extra from Monday 18th March.

Fantasy legend Gaiman is responsible once again all kinds of beautiful, dark and imaginative worlds so it’s easy to see why the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch, James McAvoy, Natalie Dormer, Sophie Okonedo and David Harewood want to be involved in this tale of London Below, an alternate reality beneath our capital city where famous landmarks take on a life of their own. But that’s not all as Bernard Cribbins and Christopher Lee have been signed up by Director Dirk Maggs, pretty impressive line-up I’m sure you’ll agree. »

- Dan Bullock

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Child Of Our Time; Lightfields – TV review

28 February 2013 2:48 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

If you're the type of parent who cries at Toy Story, beware – Child Of Our Time is heartrending

• Child of Our Time on iPlayer

• Lightfields on ITV PLayer

Child Of Our Time (BBC1), the programme charting the lives of 25 children born at the dawn of the millennium, is back. It also appears to be charting the decline of my memory. I'd forgotten almost everything about it in the interim. Until I was reminded, I'd even forgotten that the disabled artist Alison Lapper was one of the participants. Her son Parys, with whom she was pregnant when Marc Quinn made the marble statue of her that graced the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square for a time, is now nearly 13. At that age he is learning to cope with the major drawback of being his mother's son: her fame. "The downside is," he said laconically, "she always talks to everybody who comes past. »

- Tim Dowling

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Ripper Street 1.8: ‘What Use Our Work?’ Review

25 February 2013 2:33 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

The final episode of Ripper Street’s first series seemed like it would be a tense mismatch of Captain Homer Jackson (Adam Rothenberg) seeking his freedom, following being set up by his former arch-nemesis Frank Goodnight (Edoardo Ballerini) to make it seem that Jackson was Jack the Ripper all along, and Edmund Reid (Matthew Macfadyen) finally having an episode focused upon the loss of his daughter, possibly even reaching a conclusion over her disappearance.

The episode opens with H Division divided. Many mourning the death of young Hobbs (Jonathan Barnwell), Jackson imprisoned, the usually symbiotic duo of Reid and Drake (Jerome Flynn) broken. Reid seeks solace in the bed of Miss Goren (Lucy Cohu) whilst his righthand-man Drake seeks solace in the bottom of many pints and Jackson is left in his cell alone apart from his thoughts and occasional visits from Reid. Everything is in tatters, for the stability »

- Stu Whittaker

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ITV unveils trailer for supernatural drama 'Lightfields' - watch

11 February 2013 9:28 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

ITV has released the trailer for its upcoming supernatural drama Lightfields.

The show is the follow-up to Marchlands and stars Skins actress Dakota Blue Richards, Sam Hazeldine and former EastEnders star Jill Halfpenny.

Emmerdale's Danny Miller, Love Actually's Kris Marshall, Lucy Cohu and Misfits actress Karla Crome also feature in the new five-part series, which launches soon on ITV.

The drama is set on a remote farm on the Suffolk coast and follows three families who live in Lightfields farmhouse at different time periods (1944, 1975 and 2012).

They are linked by an unnerving presence - the ghost of a teenage girl who died in mysterious and tragic circumstances.

Neil Jackson, Danny Webb, Sophie Thompson, Antonia Clarke and Larry Mills also star in Lightfields. »

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TV Review: Ripper Street 1.6, ‘Tournament Of Shadows’

5 February 2013 5:52 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

After last weeks enticing episode, ‘The Weight of One Man’s Heart’, Detective Sergeant Bennet Drake (Jerome Flynn) had his story told. Revealing his past indiscretions during the Anglo-Egyptian War of 1882 let us understand Drake’s character leaving just Captain Homer Jackson (Adam Rothenberg) and Detective Edmund Reid (Matthew Macfadyen) to have their pasts revealed. This week offered varying parts to add to the ever growing picture of both of the characters jigsaw puzzle past but didn’t allow us what we grasp for, that will be left to the final two episodes. ‘Tournament of Shadows’ offer something different to what you might expect from Ripper Street, stepping from the toll of murder as the greed and despicable desire of a man controlled by lust, money and revenge, Ripper Street went political with the depiction of anarchists, unionists, spies and double agents; all surrounding the London Dock Strike of 1889. The »

- Stu Whittaker

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'Ripper Street' episode six 'Tournament of Shadows' review

3 February 2013 2:00 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Coming off its finest episode yet last week, Ripper Street was recomissioned by BBC One - things were looking good for Richard Warlow's Victorian crime drama, but could newest instalment 'Tournament of Shadows' hope to continue the show's run of success?

After Bennett Drake got his dues last week, here Ripper Street shifts its attentions back to Detective Inspector Reid (Matthew MacFadyen) and his relationship with his wife (Amanda Hale), which continues to be strained by the loss of their daughter Matilda the year before.

Our hero is haunted by ghosts of the past, and while any attempt to explore character on a procedural drama such as this is welcome, we found our interest in Reid's family drama waning a little - that is, until 'Tournament' delivers the surprising revelation that Matilda may still be alive, since her body was never found.

Reid remains convinced of her continued survival, »

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TV Review: Ripper Street Episode 1.4, ‘The Good Of This City’

21 January 2013 8:21 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

On the 9th of January, the London Underground celebrated its 150th anniversary, it wasn’t long before Ripper Street’s forth episode, ‘The Good of this City’, portrayed the birth of the electric railway to coincide with its exploration of Victorian culture. The birth of the electric railway occurred in 1890 but I’m sure we can overlook the fact the narrative takes place in 1889, so far in this sensational shows run we have seen scientific procedures, telegraphs, video photograph, autopsies and policing that stands on the brink of revolutionary during the Victorian age; this is part of what entertains and intrigues us whilst viewing.

The Good of the City opens with brothel owner, and love interest of our resident American wonder-surgeon Captain Homer Jackson (Adam Rothenberg), Long Susan (MyAnna Buring) showing around a prospective employee telling her of the houses ability to offer her protection that she would lack in the outside world. »

- Stu Whittaker

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