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Midsomer Murders | Art Of The Sea | Timothy Spall: Somewhere At Sea | Jamie Does – Venice | Chris Ryan's Strike Back | Justified | Damages | Watch this

5 May 2010 12:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Midsomer Murders | Art Of The Sea | Timothy Spall: Somewhere At Sea | Jamie Does – Venice | Chris Ryan's Strike Back | Justified | Damages

Midsomer Murders

8pm, ITV1

Barnaby plus sidekick investigate the disappearance of two couples from the tiny village of Monks Barton. There are some murders and such, sundry scratchings of police heads, and furtive glances in the rectory. Business as usual. But this episode is particular fun for the inclusion of a haunted wood, a wailing man in a shack and a psychic called Cyrus LeVanu. Complicate things further with the restless souls of 16th-century monks, sex out of wedlock and a Japanese antique and you've got yourself a Midsomer classic. Jnr

Art Of The Sea; Timothy Spall: Somewhere At Sea

9pm, 10pm, BBC4

Two splendid seafaring shows for lovers of maritime mystery and romance. First up, poet Owen Sheers explores our changing attitudes to the sea, reflected »

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Blu-ray review: ‘10 Things I Hate About You’ and three things I liked about it

12 January 2010 7:34 AM, PST | ReelLoop.com | See recent Reel Loop news »

Good heavens. Ten years already since 10 Things I Hate About You came onto the scene with barely a whisper. Whoa, before you categorically denounce me for using the word “whisper” in conjunction with this movie, let me explain myself. You see, 10 Things I Hate About You was released at the same time as The Matrix in 1999. In fact, when 10 Things debuted at No. 2 behind the blockbuster Wachowski sci-fi flick, you could pretty much guess where I was since we all know I’m as manly as it gets (*cough*). Unfortunately, I never failed to discover the movie in theaters.

Being a then-19-year-old American male means I couldn’t openly like romantic comedies in front of the lads. Doing so risks being blackballed…or black-and-blue balled…or kicked in the balls if I were to be caught expressing any interest in watching Heath Ledger or Julia Stiles. Such a sad, »

- Erik Buckman

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