Monthly Archives: December 2004

TV REVIEW: ‘Not Only But Always’

By Ray Bennett LONDON – In a season of musical and comedy movie biographies, this look at the lives of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore is by far the most disappointing. It was surely a bridge too far for the … Continue reading

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TV REVIEW: ‘Agatha Christie’s Marple: The Body in the Library’

By Ray Bennett LONDON – One of the great legacies of the Agatha Christie mystery canon is the rich vein of weird and wonderful characters she left for Britain’s vast array of character actors to mine. The new film series … Continue reading

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THEATRE REVIEW: Marina Carr’s ‘By the Bog of Cats’

By Ray Bennett LONDON – Holly Hunter’s star power is one of the problems in Dominic Cooke’s staging of “By the Bog of Cats,” an intense but uneven retelling of “Medea,” but it is also its saving grace. Playwright Marina … Continue reading

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