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  • Woodstock: What the Must Watch reviewers think

    Must Watch reviewers Scott Bryan and Hayley Campbell share their thoughts on Woodstock - Three Days that Defined a Generation.

    It's on BBC Four on Friday 16 August at 22:00 and then available on BBC iPlayer.

    Have you watched it? What did you think? Leave your comments below.

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    Scott says: "One of the best docs I've seen in ages"

    "There is so much great footage, it could have been done just the other week, because everyone looks exactly the same.

    "There are so many things in this, it’s exactly the same as what happened to the Fyre Festival – the festival that went viral last year.

    "For example, they had to choose a new location with weeks to go, no infrastructure, nowhere to park…

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  • Succession: What the Must Watch reviewers think

    Must Watch reviewers Scott Bryan and Hayley Campbell share their thoughts on Succession, which is about an extremely rich US family at war over their right-wing media empire.

    Season 2 is on Monday nights at 21:00 on Sky Atlantic​ and is also available on Now TV.

    Have you watched it? What did you think? Leave your comments below.

     

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    Scott says: "We are falling in love with people who are incredibly unlikeable"

    "Essentially, I really didn’t like it for half of the original series, really didn’t get into any of the characters, really didn’t connect with it in any sort of big way.

    "Episode 6 completely and utterly flipped it and I don’t know why. Overall, I’ve never had…

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  • Deep Water: What the Must Watch reviewers think

    Must Watch reviewers Scott Bryan and Hayley Campbell share their thoughts on Deep Water, ITV's emotional new drama which is set in the Lake District.

    It starts on Wednesday 14 August at 21:00. The entire season will be available to stream after the first episode airs.

    Have you watched it? What did you think? Leave your comments below.

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    Hayley says: "It's full of relentlessly bad stuff"

    "In a nutshell I would say it’s a small town and everyone is unhappy and everyone is a liar and sex is both the answer and the cause of all it.

    "It’s full of relentlessly bad stuff and frustrated women. If that is your bag then this is for you, but I get enough of that in my life.

    "ITV Dramas, I…

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  • Euphoria: What the Must Watch reviewers think

    Must Watch reviewers Scott Bryan and Hayley Campbell share their thoughts on Euphoria.

    HBO's new teen drama is produced by Drake, and stars Zendaya.

    It starts on Now TV and Sky Atlantic on Tuesday 6 August, with episodes airing weekly on Sky Atlantic every Tuesday at 22:00.

    Have you watched it? What did you think? Leave your comments below.

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  • I Am... : What the Must Watch reviewers think

    Must Watch reviewers Scott Bryan and Hayley Campbell share their thoughts on I am.

    I Am... is a trilogy of powerful stand-alone TV films which focus on women's stories.

    The three episodes are: I Am Hannah, starring Gemma Chan; I Am Nicola, starring Vicky McClure, and I Am Kirsty, with Samantha Morton.

    I Am Hannah - the last in the trilogy - is on Channel 4 on 6 August at 22:00 BST. Other episodes are available on All 4.

    Have you watched it? What did you think? Leave your comments below.

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  • Fosse/Verdon: What the Must Watch reviewers think

    Must Watch reviewers Scott Bryan and Hayley Campbell share their thoughts on Fosse/Verdon.

    Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams star as famed choreographer Bob Fosse and the woman often described as his muse, although in reality Gwen Verdon was as much an equal partner in their acclaimed work.

    Fosse/Verdon begins on Friday 2 August at 21:00 on BBC Two, with episode two following straight after at 21:50.

    Have you watched it? What did you think? Leave your comments below.

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  • Must Read: Books about travel

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    Every Wednesday on the Sarah Brett show we hear about some of the best books around.

    This week Katy Guest, commissioning editor from publishing company Unbound, brings us her top four books about travel.

    Have you read any of these books?  Do you have a favourite travel book you'd recommend?

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  • This Way Up: What the Must Watch reviewers think

    Must Watch reviewers Scott Bryan and Hayley Campbell share their thoughts on This Way Up.

    The new comedy series, written by and starring Aisling Bea, starts on Channel 4 on 8 August 2019, at 22:00 BST.

    Have you watched it? What did you think? Leave your comments below.

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  • Must Read: Books for the commute

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    Every Wednesday on the Sarah Brett show we hear about some of the best books to read right now.

    This week Alex Holmes, from book review podcast Mostly Lit, brings us his top four books to read on your commute.

    Have you read any of these books or have another favourite to recommend? Comment below to let us know what you think.

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  • The Great Hack: What the Must Watch reviewers think

    Must Watch reviewers Scott Bryan and Hayley Campbell share their thoughts on The Great Hack.  The documentary is available now on Netflix.

    Have you watched it? What did you think? Leave your comments below.

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