TV review: Fighting for love and acceptance in a time of plague

Vivid and heartbreaking, Russell T Davies’s new drama It’s A Sin looks back at the horrors of the 1980s Aids crisis

7th February, 2021
TV review: Fighting for love and acceptance in a time of plague
Olly Alexander and Lydia West in It’s A Sin, a visceral and moving drama about the onset of HIV/Aids in the London gay community

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It’s A Sin (Channel 4)

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