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FILM REVIEW: Assassin’s Creed

Why so serious Michael?

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Hunted is returning to our screens

Lincolnshire ‘fugitives’ wanted for Channel 4’s new Hunted series

Channel 4 is looking for people from the Lincolnshire area to participate in its new Hunted series.

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WATCH: From twerking builders to Scottish football fans: 10 most complained-about adverts in 2016

The Advertising Standards Authority has released the 10 most complained-about adverts from last year.

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A Monster Calls

FILM REVIEW: A Monster Calls (12A)

Cinema ticket? Check. Popcorn? Check. Tissues? Check! writes reviewer Mikey Clarke.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMNS: Sherlock, Endeavour, Silent Witness, Midsomer Murders, Death In Paradise, A Spy In The Wild, Common Sense

Judging by the explosion of detective dramas for the new year, January has to be the most dangerous month on television for being murdered in a variety of ingenious ways.

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Hit '90s TV show Crystal Maze, famously hosted by Richard O'Brien, is coming back

Start the fans please! Crystal Maze set to return to our screens

Big news in the TV world this morning as Channel 4 has announced that hit ‘90s show Crystal Maze is coming back to our screens.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: ‘Pretty poor pickings’ compared the ghost of Christmas past

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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Snow ballet performers in their sparkling costumes ready for the show. EMN-161221-165207001

Leave feeling ‘spellbound’

A three-day spectacle at the Embassy Theatre in Skegness is set to leave audiences feeling ‘spellbound’.

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The Top TV of 2016

Top 40 highest rated TV shows of 2016

As Gogglebox would say, we’ve watched some great TV over the course of 2016.

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Dick Van Dyke in the original Mary Poppins film (Photo: YouTube)

Dick Van Dyke to star in Mary Poppins sequel at 91

Dick Van Dyke will dust off his sweeping brush after confirming he will appear in the upcoming Mary Poppins sequel.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Timeless, Muslims Like Us, Love Actually, AA Gill

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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James Waller Davies

TV COLUMN: Lawful Killing: Mark Duggan, The Choir: Gareth’s Best in Britain, Peter Vaughan

Lawful Killing: Mark Duggan (BBC1) was an ambitious, but ultimately flawed and failed, attempt to try get to grips with what happened on the day Mark Duggan was fatally shot by armed police in London, 2011.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Whites vs Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation, Strictly Come Dancing, Andrew Sachs

History’s a funny old game. Just when you’re sure something happened, it goes and gives you the slip. There’s nothing so changeable as the past.

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Skeg Vegas is coming to Channel 4. Picture: Richard Ansett, courtesy of Channel 4 images.

Skegness set for spotlight in Channel 4 show

A documentary on Skegness’ entertainment industry – made by an award-winning production company – is set to be screened on Channel 4.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: The Grand Tour, Westworld, I’m A Celebrity

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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Light in sci-fi, but heavy on heart ... Arrival.

FILM REVIEW: Arrival (12A)

This is one of the hardest films to review this year because while it deserves immense praise for being a ‘thinking person’s’ sci-fier – you could potentially argue that more was anticipated ... from a certain perspective at least, writes reviewer Gavin Miller.

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Craft fun at Alford Christmas Markets

Alford will host its Christmas craft markets starting this weekend.

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"Oh Margaret, youre such a Polecat and as for you Susan, you Ninnycock, Ill see you later"

REVEALED: Academic uncovers the best long-lost British swear words

A language historian has revealed the best long-lost swear words from Britain - including nippy, tarse and wittol.

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The Accountant.

FILM REVIEW: The Accountant (15)

Whether in front or behind the camera, Ben Affleck is definitely getting back to the quality of the early pictures that made him a breakout star – he was even the best thing in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – and he continues in that vein with this slick and stylish thriller, writes reviewer Gavin Miller.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Masterchef: The Professionals, The Apprentice, Question Time

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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