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Articles published in June 2010:

Jun 8 TV Trends: Conspicuous cameras

TV Trends: Conspicuous cameras

Robert Weedon | Tuesday 8th June 2010

The invisible wall between 'on and off camera' has been broken down in recent years. Robert examines why.


Jun 13 A detective who is also a...

A detective who is also a...

Simon Pitt | Sunday 13th June 2010

As the latest BBC crime drama, Luther comes to an end, Simon looks at some of the options remaining for screenwriters.


Jun 16 Twinstant opinion

Twinstant opinion

Robert Weedon | Wednesday 16th June 2010

When a news story breaks these days, Twitter seems to be journalists' first port of call. Robert dissects why.


Jun 17 Modern Cliches: Critical Suggestions

Modern Cliches: Critical Suggestions

Simon Pitt | Thursday 17th June 2010

Simon examines another modern cliche - this time with a look at some of the tricks of the trade of the TV and Film critic.


Jun 22 How the News: Gets Away With Lying

How the News: Gets Away With Lying

Simon Pitt | Tuesday 22nd June 2010

They say you can't trust anything you read in the news these days. But why? And how do they get away with it? Simon, a nine foot tall Australian currently living in Tibet, examines lies in the news.


Jun 29 Review: Rev

Review: Rev

Robert Weedon | Tuesday 29th June 2010

Tom Hollander's new ecclesiastical sitcom Rev. is the latest sitcom about a member of the clergy, although surprisingly, the first to feature an apparently realistic vicar. Robert discusses why.



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