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Doctor Who Monopoly and beyond: the TV-themed board games we need now

2 February 2016 5:31 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

As a Midsomer Murders special edition of Cluedo flies off the stands, here are more games the world is crying out for

Despite being on the air since 1997, Midsomer Murders has remained a profoundly one-sided endeavour. The only way that viewers could play along with the show until now has been to locate a chubby countryside millionaire, engage him in a convoluted dispute over illegal birds’ eggs, then decapitate him in a needlessly elaborate manner. Which, in all fairness, hardly seemed worth the bother.

But no longer! Under official license from Hasbro, an official Midsomer Murders Cluedo set is about to be released. Finally, thanks to the combination of the two whitest-hot, cuttingest-edge technologies in the known world – broadcast television and 70-year-old board games – fans of the TV series will at last get to solve a murder of their own, over the course of a long, sad, numb-legged afternoon with elderly relatives. »

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Samantha Cameron whips up 4.6m for The Great Sport Relief Bake Off

28 January 2016 2:55 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

First heat in charity special cooks up healthy ratings – but it is no match for ITV’s Midsomer Murders, which pulls in half a million more

Samantha Cameron’s win on BBC1’s The Great Sport Relief Bake Off cooked up 4.6 million viewers on Wednesday night.

Despite the extensive coverage her appearance generated, it was no match for the long-running ITV drama Midsomer Murders which has gained a new lease of life this series.

Related: Samantha Cameron and Ed Balls to mix it up in Great British Bake Off special

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- Tara Conlan

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Backtrack review: “An interesting Australian horror…”

26 January 2016 8:05 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Backtrack: Adrien Brody heads up this interesting Australian horror which sees his character confront the skeletons in his closet. Backtrack

The Australian film community have been working hard in recent years to make a name for themselves within the horror genre. Films such as Housebound and The Babadook have showcased they are capable of bringing the scares and this Friday sees the a new contender enter the ring, Backtrack. Backtrack is a modern mystery with a sprinkling of ghostly happenings.

The film stars Adrien Brody as a psychologist whom, whilst dealing with his grief surrounding the death of his daughter, discovers that his patients aren’t all that they seem. Even more intriguing is the fact that they all appear to have a connection to a traumatic event during his childhood. The only way to get to the bottom of the unfolding events and move on is to go »

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Midsomer Murders star defends 'brilliant' BBC entertainment

25 January 2016 11:27 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Neil Dudgeon says the idea that the corporation should not make popular shows such as Strictly Come Dancing is extreme stupidity

Midsomer Murders actor Neil Dudgeon has said the idea that the BBC should not make popular entertainment programmes is “cretinous in the extreme”.

The star of ITV’s drama series and his family are avid watchers of Strictly Come Dancing, and he said the show is “brilliant”.

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Wednesday’s best TV: Midsomer Murders; Mary Portas: Secret Shopper; Dickensian; Three Days Of Terror; Empire of the Tsars; The Jacksons: Next Generation; 100 Code

5 January 2016 11:00 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Business as usual in Midsomer Murders – meanwhile there’s a lack of love in the air at a wedding boutique for Mary Portas, and Dickensian gets properly into its stride

In principle, we’re innocent till proven otherwise. Midsomer Murders encourages us to accept that, yes, pretty much everyone looks guilty. The series begins not with a body but the absence of one. Gregory Lancaster, a wealthy and ailing man vanishes, post-mortem, from his deathbed. What connects this event and a subsequent disinterment of the family’s nanny, a suspicious doctor/funeral director cohabitation and the laws of local primogeniture? An entertaining yarn, that’s what. John Robinson

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- John Robinson, Hannah Verdier, Jonathan Wright, Andrew Mueller, Hannah J Davies, David Stubbs, Paul Howlett

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