Category Archives: television

[Review] Medici: The Magnificent

When Medici: Masters of Florence was shown on Netflix, I fell in love with the series despite all its flaws. It brought to life a family from the Italian Renaissance who I’ve long held a great amount of love for, … Continue reading

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Alternate History – The Big ‘What If’

Just recently, I sat down and started watching “The Man In The High Castle”, a series based on the book by Philip K Dick and an incredibly powerful story based around the concept of “what if”. What if the German … Continue reading

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Wolf Hall

When I heard that the BBC were doing an adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall I have to admit that I was pretty excited. When I first read the book I couldn’t put it down – despite many saying the … Continue reading

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Rome: A History of the Eternal City

I started watching this a couple of weeks ago after seeing a conversation on twitter. I watched the first couple of episodes of Rome: A History of the Eternal City and loved them from the outset. The first episode told … Continue reading

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Los Borgia

This evening I sat myself down with a large glass of pink lemonade, and curled up to watch Los Borgia. I’ve been a fan of The Borgias pretty much ever since it first started and although I love the series … Continue reading

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