Adam Hope guides us through another year of power ballads, pyrotechnics and political voting. CONTAINS SPOILERS.
William Oldroyd, a Durham University alumnus, acknowledged that Katherine is not a “likeable” character, but that hers was a story he wanted to tell.
Student film-maker Prasanna Sellathurai had to contend with on-set disasters and editing all-nighters to bring his bold directorial debut to the screen.
Bill Potts is a working-class chip-server. Her lack of presumptions combined with instinctual smartness and humour were a welcome change from Clara Oswald’s somewhat smug, if spirited, cleverness.
I can’t remember the last time the emotions shared by the whole audience around me were so intense. We squirmed, jumped, laughed, clapped and everything in between.
It’s too late to change the plot holes in a tale as old as time.
"I strongly oppose the idea that black British actors be resigned to the industry bench, substituted on only to tackle roles deemed too sensitive for an African-American cast." Claudia Mulholland argues.