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Newsnight Review - Friday, 2 March, 2007

  • Newsnight
  • 2 Mar 07, 07:14 PM

equus_index.jpgThe Review panel, chaired by Kirsty Wark, discuss the film Inland Empire, Daniel Radcliffe in Equus, Jed Mercurio’s new book Ascent, and BBC TWO’s The Trap.

Let us know if you agree with the views of Kerry Shale, Natalie Haynes, Paul Morley and Matthew Sweet.

You can read more about each item on the Newsnight Review website.

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  • 2.
  • At 11:18 PM on 04 Mar 2007,
  • Andy P wrote:

I love Natlie Haynes! Funny, intelligent, likeable: an excellent addition. Her aside, this was a slightly dull show though, and although Paul Morley seems like a nice person, his comments are invariably uninsightful and tedious. He gives little more than the equivalent of a thumbs up or a thumbs down, with no anlysis or intellctual vision. Do some work, Paul!

  • 3.
  • At 10:21 AM on 14 Mar 2007,
  • Everard wrote:

Increasingly I wonder whether this magazine format is appropriate for the review.

  • 4.
  • At 05:38 PM on 26 Mar 2007,
  • Anne wrote:

Once again, Kirsty Wark can't seem to control herself or the panel. If I want to hear three or four people talking all at once, I can go to the pub.

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