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Sharon Horgan & Rob Delaney interview: Catastrophe

Louisa Mellor Interview Jan 20, 2015

Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney's new Channel 4 sitcom Catastrophe is a deeply funny, down-to-earth look at relationships...

The Knick season 1 episode 10 review: Crutchfield

Michael Noble Review Dec 22, 2014

The Knick's first season finale saw a whole lot of people reach a whole lot of desperation. Here's Michael's review...

The Knick season 1 episode 9 review: The Golden Lotus

Michael Noble Review Dec 16, 2014

Failure, personal, medical and otherwise is everywhere in The Knick. Here's Michael's review...

The Knick season 1 episode 8 review: Working Late A Lot

Michael Noble Review Dec 9, 2014

Pain, of one sort or another, is never far away in The Knick. Here's Michael's UK-viewing pace review...

The Knick season 1 episode 7 review: Get The Rope

Michael Noble Review Dec 2, 2014

Love and violence abound in this week's episode. Here's Michael's review...

The Knick season 1 episode 6 review: Start Calling Me Dad

Michael Noble Review Nov 25, 2014

Names can be revealing but not as revealing as actions, as this episode shows. Here's Michael's review...

The Knick season 1 episode 5 review: They Capture the Heat

Michael Noble Review Nov 17, 2014

This week, The Knick offers glimpses of the future, both expected and otherwise. Here's Michael's review...

The Knick season 1 episode 4 review: Where's the Dignity?

Michael Noble Review Nov 10, 2014

The question of race comes to the fore this week. Here's Michael's review...

The Knick season 1 episode 3 review: The Busy Flea

Michael Noble Review Nov 1, 2014

Disease recognises no social boundaries, even if people still do. Here’s Michael’s UK pace review of The Knick episode 3...

The Knick season 1 episode 2 review: Mr. Paris Shoes

Michael Noble Review Oct 24, 2014

The Knick is full of metaphors, both subtle and heavy. At UK viewing pace, here's Michael's review of episode two...

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