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Win The Windsors series 1 & 2 on DVD

1 September 2017 1:00 AM, PDT | The Cultural Post | See recent The Cultural Post news »

Outrageous satirical comedy The Windsors starring Harry Enfield arrives on DVD from 28th August. Series 1 and 2 are packaged in a two-disc set along with the Christmas special and to celebrate we have 2 copies to giveaway!

It’s the royal family as you’ve never seen them before featuring an all-star comedy cast including Enfield as Prince CharlesHaydn Gwynne as Camilla, Morgana Robinson as Pippa, Hugh Skinner as William, Louise Ford as Kate and Richard Goulding as Harry, with Katy Wix as Fergie.

The Windsors are divided: Prince Charles wants his son Will to show a more regal detachment but Wills wants to fly the air ambulance and mingle with the people. Kate is trying to find acceptance in the royal family, and Camilla alarmed at Wills and Kate’s popularity, is plotting to destroy them. Meanwhile, Harry is chasing Pippa Middleton’s famous arse, Prince Edward’s fallen on hard times, »

- Roobla Team

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Sherlock Series 4 Episode 2 Review – ‘The Lying Detective’

11 January 2017 4:20 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Tori Brazier reviews the second episode of Sherlock series four…

After the rather uneven opening episode of Sherlock series four, Sunday’s ‘The Lying Detective’ managed to provide its audience, on the whole, with what we came to expect of the show in earlier series: namely a clever and more coherent plot which, although acting as a bridge between first and last episodes (so soon!), had its own pacing, tension and resolution within this episode. Throw in villain Toby Jones and his maniacal glee, plus a couple of genuine and well-executed shocks, and even ardent Sherlock fans should be satisfied. If you’ve not yet seen the most recent episode, read no further as key plot details will be covered!

‘The Lying Detective’ started off, as of old, with a peek into the crime and criminal: a teaser of what’s coming Sherlock’s way, if you will. Dubiously slimy »

- Tori Brazier

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Sherlock: 34 nerdy spots in The Lying Detective

9 January 2017 11:09 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Louisa Mellor Jan 10, 2017

We've scoured The Lying Detective for details and noticed a few interesting titbits. Spoilers ahead...

Once again, we’ve clued for looks in the latest Sherlock episode The Lying Detective and noticed some fun details and references to the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories. Here goes…

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1. The episode’s very first shot of a smoking gun – which we assume is that of Vivian Norbury in The Six Thatchers as remembered by John Watson – is actually the gun shot at John Watson by Eurus Holmes in the episode’s final shot. (The same shot also features in the series four opening credits and is briefly edited in to the scene of Sherlock and ‘Faith’ sitting by the Thames after he’s thrown her gun into the water.)

2. A vase of white roses, »

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