Jane Graham says giving TV a rest would lead you to discover overlooked classics on the wireless like Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere
"Although this might not be a show for opera connoisseurs, as an event it proudly delivers great operatic entertainment"
"The discussions are heated and the performers and scientists do a great job of making us believe it’s for real"
"Light Show mixes the monumental with the miniature, and the profound with the playful"
"What a story it turns out to be - at times the traumatic childhood of Brockes' mother has the feel of a domestic thriller"
Wainwright Walks writer Julia Bradbury picks five essential reads: "This is arguably the best ‘anti-war’ novel of the 20th century..."
"There are many things to commend about this endeavour - but there are problems with the production"
"Amy Poehler plays the heroine of Parks and Recreation, one of American TV's most irresistible creations"
"Trance left me with a nasty aftertaste... greed, sexual obsession and vindictive violence are the main plot motivators"
"The new iPad version of Goldilocks and The Three Bears is fun, does a lot more than any Kindle book could, and is ideal for pre-schoolers"
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