Reviewed This Week Tommy Bowe: The End Game RTÉ One Poldark BBC One Germaine Bloody Greer BBC Tw...
While lacking the snappy wisecracking of the Travolta movie, O’Dowd’s character is more rounded and sympathetic
Eurovision is a gallimaufry of ever-more lurid digital special effects, crazy acts and songs that range from incoherent chicken-clucking to faux heavy-metal to winsome little ballads that seem lost in a mad world of national flag-waving and constipated patter
Seána Kerslake’s performance is again excellent, but the main interest in her character has to be in waiting to see what ludicrous thing she might do next
Strike’s latest adventure was crammed into two miserly episodes, the second offering a confusing shambles
Troy: Fall of a City (BBC One), an eight-part series made in conjunction with Netflix, casts Bella Dayne in the unenviable role of the most beautiful woman who ever lived
Emmanuel Kehoe on the week's television
The original series of Will & Grace apparently remains very popular with people who watched it as teenagers; but it was, and is, a bit too much of an American joke machine for my taste