The series is terrific. Telegraph
Richly nuanced. Guardian

Peter: the Human Cyborg
The only problem with this inspiring film was that it ended too soon.  Telegraph

The Massacre that Shook the Empire
The programme succeeded in bringing together sensitive reporting of the massacre and the context in which it took place; angrily examining our wilful amnesia about the brutality of the British empire and our idea of British exceptionalism; and offering many insights into the second-generation experience. Guardian

Queen Elizabeth’s Secret Agents
Wonderfully dark and gossipy…This absorbing look at the complicated intrigues in and around Elizabeth I’s court is so dramatic it feels like a 16th-century Homeland.  Radio Times
Gripping. Times

Born on the Same Day
Fascinating film… Engaging… Emotional. Daily Telegraph
Filmed beautifully. i magazine
Ordinary is extraordinary.  Guardian

The Secret History of Our Streets
A wonderful programme.  Guardian
Thoughtful and distinctive.  Time Out
An excellent series.  Independent
Excellent little gem of a social history series. Radio Times.

Murder on the Victorian Railway
This is a classic whodunit, properly gripping with clues revealing themselves bit by bit.  Guardian

My Father the Bomb and Me
A contemplation of morality and a portrait of love.  Metro

The Secret Life of Rubbish
Finely told … Indeed there was more history here than much that pretends to be history.  Telegraph
An interesting and provocative documentary.  Guardian

The Violent Highway
Fascinating social history with plenty of contemporary resonance, this deserves to be widely seen. Time Out

Oldest Family Businesses
It’s a fascinating trawl through the history of the high street and of the ever-changing challenges for the local shopkeeper.  Times
Fascinating series…  Daily Telegraph

George Orwell – A Life in Pictures.
The whole thing adds-up to a new and refreshing way of doing a writer’s life for TV. … With this Orwell, Chris Durlacher may have changed the rules for bio-pics.  Daily Mail
A joy from start to finish…. Enjoyable, funny and inventive… Such, such a joy.  Guardian
As this audacious film deft shows, Orwell’s writing has endured as an extraordinary record of extraordinary times.  Sunday Times
Utterly engaging dramatic journey. Award winning fare.  Observer
Extraordinarily inventive.  Time Out
A tour de force.  Times

The Yellow House
The unsustainable tension is superbly played out by actors and script alike.  Daily Telegraph
This masterpiece of intelligent well acted television is not to be missed.  Daily Mirror
If you’ve quality time in front of the televison this week, you must head for Channel 4’s The Yellow House.  Caitlin Moran in The Times
This intense and violent drama takes you right inside the pair’s tempestuous relationship.  TV Quick

In Praise of Hardcore
Darkly comic… Stylishly shot this enjoyably film captures Tynan’s pitiful mortality… Masterly drama.  Observer
A fitting tribute to man in search of truth.  London Standard

The Haunted Airman
This is a sombre, chilly and utterly absorbing adaptation.  Observer
A slow-burning, agreeably old-fashioned spinetingler.  Times
BBC4’s impressive drama season continues with Chris Durlacher’s suitably vivid adaptation of Dennis Wheatley’s disturbing and highly innovative psychological novel.  Daily Telegraph