As we reach the last two-part story of the shows eighteenth series, Silent Witness throws us into the world of an Essex crime family.
Author Barnaby Walter
Squaring the Circle is proving to be a menacing, brooding and slice of neo-noir; beautifully lit, atmospheric and Kafka-esque in its direction and plotting.
A troubling story of child abuse is the subject of this week’s involving though flawed Silent Witness story.
Falling Angels deserves to be remembered as one of Silent Witness’s finest stories. Beautifully written and shot, and plotted with a great respect for the viewer’s intelligence, it succeeded in being both challenging and terrifically entertaining.
From being one of the silliest programmes on the small screen last week, it has switched to become one of the best and most immersive pieces of work on any size screen. Its transformation was mesmerising.
Barnaby takes a look at the conclusion of Silent Witness’s two part opener.
Barnaby Walters reviews Silent Witness’ return in its eighteenth series.
Chris Chibnall’s crime drama returns with some new faces and a brave plot twist.
Barnaby Walter looks back at some of the best TV moments in the past year.
Our favourite team of forensic scientists/wannabe detectives are back for an eighteenth series.
This derivative horror film keeps quality on its side thanks to strong leading actors Ed Stoppard and Sophia Myles, writes Barnaby Walter.
Aaron Pedersen gives a superb performance in this gritty, scorching-hot Australian crime thriller, writes Barnaby Walter.
It won’t win any Oscars, but The Legend of Hercules is extremely enjoyable. Best of all, it has the courage to take itself seriously and is all the better for it, says Barnaby Walter.