Saturday May 30, 2020

TV review: Profumo from the women’s perspective

A BBC TV series focuses on the females involved in the notorious 1960s British scandal, while a Netflix film about the papacy is the perfect vehicle for a pair of consummate actors

5th January, 2020
Sophie Cookson in The Trial of Christine Keeler. Picture: BBC One

The Trial of Christine Keeler

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