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Channel 4 takes a refreshingly honest look at autism, in a reality TV programme that shows youngsters out-luvvying the luvvies
Peter Bazalgette  

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If Sky is backing it, chances are that 3D entertainment is here to stay. Let’s hope the quality of content can keep up this time
Peter Bazalgette  

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Squeamishness is old hat. A new generation of crime dramas encourages us to revel in human gruesomeness as never before
Peter Bazalgette  

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Big Brother may be on its last legs but that doesn’t mean reality television is in trouble. The genre is still producing real excellence
Peter Bazalgette  

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The main channels are strapped for cash and cutting back on original content. But they can’t fill the gap with CCTV footage
Peter Bazalgette  

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In Psychic Academy, six members of the public are taught to talk to the dead. It's obvious tosh—and adroit programming
Peter Bazalgette  

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Embarrassing Bodies saw Channel 4 at its skin-crawling best: taking an equal delight in shocking, entertaining and informing
Peter Bazalgette