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TV review: Ripper Street; Neil Armstrong – First Man on the Moon; The Hotel

30 December 2012 4:00 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

It throws in everything from CSI to Sherlock, but Ripper Street is proper crime drama

Cor blimey. East London, 1889, ain't no place for no shrinking violet. Well, not according to Ripper Street (BBC1, Sunday). The men are all at the fight (bare–knuckle, naturally) and the women are all on the game, even though it's only a few months since the horribly mutilated body of Jack the Ripper's last victim was found. Suspicion, rumour and terror run in the gutters, along with all the usual Victorian filth.

Then there's blood in the gutters, too. Another body, another young woman, with the Ripper's calling card slices. Is it him – is Jack back?

Sensible, handsome Detective Inspector Edmund Reid (Matthew Macfadyen) isn't so sure. He's not jumping to any conclusions, nor ruling anything out, just going about the investigation in the methodical, pragmatic way he would any other, pinning photos and stuff »

- Sam Wollaston

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'Harry Potter' star Helen McCrory joins ITV's 'Leaving'

19 March 2012 5:52 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

ITV's new drama Leaving has cast Helen McCrory and newcomer Callum Turner in lead roles. The three-part series - from Public Enemies and Garrow's Law writer Tony Marchant - was first announced in January. Leaving will focus on the relationship between disillusioned 25-year-old Aaron (Turner) and unhappy 45-year-old wife and mother Julie (McCrory). When the pair begin working together at a Cheshire country house hotel, they share an intimate moment which takes them both by surprise and must face the consequences of their actions. McCrory's recent credits include the role of Narcissa Malfoy in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and BBC Four's Jean Shrimpton biopic We'll Take Manhattan. She and (more) »

- By Morgan Jeffery

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'Garrow's Law' cancelled by BBC One

6 February 2012 5:01 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Garrow's Law has been cancelled by BBC One. The period legal drama, which starred Andrew Buchan and aired on Sunday nights, had picked up consistently good ratings. However, it will not be returning for a fourth series, the Radio Times reports. "BBC One will screen more than 20 new dramas this year, but Garrow's Law will not be returning," a BBC spokesperson confirmed. Garrow's Law (more) »

- By Catriona Wightman

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Eton spawns a new breed of stage and screen luminaries

21 January 2012 4:15 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Renowned as launch pad for politicians and TV personalities, the school has found new role as source of acting talent

From Wellington to Gladstone, and Macmillan to Cameron, Eton College has long been a seedbed for British politics and for the diplomatic service. More recently a smattering of television personalities, conductors and Olympic sportsmen have also been able to look back at schooldays spent on the celebrated playing fields. Now though, that famously establishment school near Windsor is increasingly being hailed as a first-rate launch pad for a theatrical career.

Leading Old Etonian actors such as Tom Hiddleston, Harry Lloyd, Eddie Redmayne, Henry Faber and Harry Hadden-Paton are suddenly at the top of the list for casting directors on the most prestigious film and television projects.

This week Hiddleston, star of Steven Spielberg's War Horse, is in Wales filming Sir Richard Eyre's Henry IV, along with Faber and Lloyd, »

- Vanessa Thorpe

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Eton spawns a new breed of stage and screen luminaries

21 January 2012 4:15 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Renowned as launch pad for politicians and TV personalities, the school has found new role as source of acting talent

From Wellington to Gladstone, and Macmillan to Cameron, Eton College has long been a seedbed for British politics and for the diplomatic service. More recently a smattering of television personalities, conductors and Olympic sportsmen have also been able to look back at schooldays spent on the celebrated playing fields. Now though, that famously establishment school near Windsor is increasingly being hailed as a first-rate launch pad for a theatrical career.

Leading Old Etonian actors such as Tom Hiddleston, Harry Lloyd, Eddie Redmayne, Henry Faber and Harry Hadden-Paton are suddenly at the top of the list for casting directors on the most prestigious film and television projects.

This week Hiddleston, star of Steven Spielberg's War Horse, is in Wales filming Sir Richard Eyre's Henry IV, along with Faber and Lloyd, »

- Vanessa Thorpe

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Sherlock is cheeky entertainment, insists BBC after nudity complaints

11 January 2012 10:12 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Executives say they 'thought very carefully' about including images of naked dominatrix before the 9pm watershed

BBC executives "thought very carefully" before including the pre-watershed nude scenes in Sherlock that drew around 100 complaints, but decided to go ahead because the drama is "cheeky entertainment", according to controller of drama commissioning Ben Stephenson.

Stephenson said that Sherlock fans will have to wait at least until next year for more episodes of the hit show, starring Benedict Cumberbatch.

Speaking about the Sherlock footage of actress Lara Pulver, who plays dominatrix Irene Adler, Stephenson said he "sort of expected" complaints would be made.

In the New Year's Day episode, A Scandal in Belgravia, Cumberbatch's Sherlock Holmes meets his match in the form of Adler, who is naked when they first meet. However, thanks to the camera angles and Pulver's carefully placed arms and hands, viewers do not see her completely naked.

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- Tara Conlan

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