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Slow-burn second series sees Jimmy struggle with the dark side of life
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Murder, mutilation, dying sheep and a damaged policewoman - critics welcome return of 'cracking' cop show
Humour, drama and impeccable soundtrack make Scorsese-Jagger series a treat for music fans
Gearstick-lovers come under attack after former Top Gear host is caught in traffic for two hours
Half a dozen deaths bring acclaimed BBC mini-series to dramatic but satisfying conclusion
Series return promises love triangles, nail-biting face-offs and an encore from Tom Hardy
Absorbing, infuriating true story of the trial of the 20th century is 'smart, timely, addictive TV'
Former Friends actor was the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car on 2012 show with Jeremy Clarkson
Aidan Turner backtracks after saying series three will start filming in September
Steve Buscemi co-stars in web show that has thrilled fans with its bleak tale of a family run bar
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Pearls of wisdom from veteran broadcaster, who has died aged 77
From the origins of hip-hop in The Get Down to new Marvel hero Luke Cage, there's something for everyone
John Logie Baird's invention was impractical and became obsolete quickly, but it remains TV genesis
Stars to mark 400 years of the Bard, but why is the playwright still so popular?
There are more great series around than ever, but is the age of 'glut TV' changing our lives?
Cynthia's naughtiness 'goes up several notches', while Alice and Aafrin continue their affair
New series set in 1870s Yorkshire is a gripping tale of frontier life in Britain's industrial age