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Gerard Gilbert

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Recent articles by Gerard:

What’s on TV tonight: Ghosts reappears on BBC One and England take on Italy in the Uefa Nations League on C4

Also, the actor Martin Compston travels along Scotland’s east coast on BBC Two and Nic is regretting drunkenly opening up about her affair to her new best friend Jen in BBC One's Am I Being Unreasonable? → Read More

What's on TV tonight: John and Joe Bishop learn to live Life After Deaf

Plus, Keira Knightley learns of her grandparents’ experiences of the Second World War and Drag Race UK returns for series four → Read More

What's on TV tonight: Handmade begins its next search for Britain's Best Woodworker on Channel 4

Also, Never Mind the Buzzcocks continues on Sky Max and Grand Designs heads to Chess Valley → Read More

The Capture, BBC1, review: A surprisingly happy ending – don’t expect a series three

The finale of Ben Chanan's thriller was a British stab at Homeland, but it's hard to see where it would go from here → Read More

What’s on TV tonight: Dylan Moran and Morgana Robinson are Stuck

Lauren Laverne crowns this year's Mercury Prize winner and Katie Price shares her trauma on Channel 4 → Read More

Doc Martin, ITV, review: Martin Clunes administers a much-needed dose of comfort

Martin Clunes has returned to Port Isaac and his grumpy doctor for one last series → Read More

What's on TV tonight: David Dimbleby asks whether the public can really trust the BBC

It's semi-finals week on Celebrity MasterChef and First Dates Hotel returns to Channel 4 → Read More

What’s on TV this weekend: World Cup Live, The Masked Dancer and Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins

Plus Roxy Music And Bryan Ferry At The BBC and Sid James remembered in Sid James: Comedy Icon → Read More

What’s on TV tonight: Have I Got News For Boris: A Special Tribute and 100 Years of the BBC at the Proms

Pam Ayres heads to the Cotswolds and things get decidedly stormy in Agatha Christie’s Hjerson → Read More

Days That Shook the BBC with David Dimbleby, BBC2, review: Incisive and absorbing scrutiny into impartiality

Emily Maitlis returned to the BBC to discuss her infamous interview with Prince Andrew, as part of a discussion about the corporation's thorny relationship with the monarchy, and impartiality → Read More

What’s on TV tonight: All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star returns to Birmingham with a new judge

Dave continues its week of comedy shorts with Holier Than Thou and ITV investigates the merits of Stop and Search → Read More

Lion: The Rise and Fall of the Marsh Pride, BBC2, review: A depressing clash of humanity and nature

This feature-length documentary explored the lions’ changing relationship with the local Maasai herdsmen → Read More

What’s on TV tonight: BBC2 tells the storied history of the most famous family of lions, the Marsh Pride

AJ Odudu heads to Moray with Rosie Jones and Michael Portillo treks across the Pyrenees → Read More

What's on TV tonight: Teen drama Red Rose exposes the horror of smartphones

Channel 4 follows the rise and fall of porn star Ron Jeremy and the European Championships start in Munich → Read More

What’s on TV tonight: Clare Balding oversees the Opening Ceremony of the Commonwealth Games 2022

BBC Three meets the women who have been duped by Instagram celebrity Caroline Calloway and the Russians provoke civil unrest in The Undeclared War → Read More

What's on TV tonight: England take on Sweden in the first Women's Euro semi-final of 2022

Night Coppers continues on Channel 4 and it's the Hungry For It final → Read More

What’s on TV this weekend: Joe Lycett goes behind the scenes of the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition

Channel 5 celebrates the work of Dame Maggie Smith and The Newsreader starts on BBC Two → Read More

Camilla’s Country Life, ITV, review: Hinted at a mischievous side – I wish we’d been allowed to see it

As the Duchess of Cornwall set about guest editing Country Life magazine, we were given a guarded glimpse into her role as future Queen consort → Read More

Better Call Saul season 6 part 2, Netflix, review: Bob Odenkirk’s wily lawyer is on the road to Breaking Bad

We know Saul Goodman will make it out alive... but what about Kim? → Read More

What’s on TV tonight: Freddie Flintoff turns cricket coach to unruly Preston teenagers on Field of Dreams

Channel 4 rakes over the story of Ghislaine Maxwell's upbringing and Ben Fogle meets a family risking it all to buy a pub in Scotland → Read More