Tag Archives: Jessica Raine

Partners In Crime: N or M. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * *

Cast: David Walliams, Jessica Raine, James Fleet, Matthew Steer, Christine Cole, Ed Speleers, Roy Marsden, Alyy Khan, Andrew Readman, Robert Hands, Issy Van Randwyck, Chris Myles, Pinar Ogun, Aoife McMahon, Hannah Waddingham, Danny Le Wynter, Tam Williams, Saffron Hocking, Trevor Cooper, Susan Brown, Joanna Horton, Josh Cook, Paul Cawley, David Moorst.

The culture of spying in the days leading up to and during The Cold War was one that has excited many writers to try their hand at creating at the ultimate spy and whilst none will ever match Ian Fleming’s heroic and suave James Bond in terms of intelligent writing and a character that screams excellence on and off the page, it doesn’t stop others from having a go at taking on the genre.

Partners In Crime: The Secret Adversary. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * *

Cast: David Walliams, Jessica Raine, James Fleet, Matthew Steer, Alice Krige, Clarke Peters, Jonny Philips, Paul Brennen, Mary Roscoe, Andrew Havill, Richard Dillane, Madeline Appiah, Catherine Harvey, Peter Vollebregt, Bentley Kim, Robert Whitelock, Samuel Oatley, Robert Horwell, Julian Rivett, Camilla Marie Beeput, George Taylor, Peter Gordon, Jamie Taylor, Ian Hogan.

The world has ever been thus mad and in a world of such insanity, where men’s alliances to their country and their values are turned upside down; the only thing to do is keep the faith and believe that all will come right in the end, not something that instantly comes to mind as the B.B.C. adapt the lesser of Agatha Christie’s works in Partners in Crime for the 21st Century audience.

Wolf Hall. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Mark Rylance, Damien Lewis, Claire Foy, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Bernard Hill, Joss Porter, Hannah Steele, Jessica Raine, Edward Holcroft, Joel MacCormack, Tom Holland, David Robb, Kate Philips, Luke Roberts, Richard Dillane, Will Keane,
Jacob Fortune-Lloyd, Alistair Mackenzie, Mark Gatiss, Anton Lesser, Saskia Reeves, Jonathan Pryce, Max Fowler, Joanne Whalley, Harry Lloyd, Charity Wakefield, Christopher Fairbank, Aimee Ffion-Edwards.

An Adventure in Space and Time, Television Review. B.B.C.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: David Bradley, Jessica Raine, Sacha Dhawan, Brian Cox, Jamie Glover, Jemma Powell, Claudia Grant, Anna-Lisa Drew, Reece Sheersmith, William Russell, Carole Ann Ford,  Sophie Holt, Nicholas Briggs, Sarah Winter, Jeff Rawle, Andrew Woodall, Ian Hallard, David Annen, Sam Hoare, Mark Eden, Lesley Manville, Cara Jenkins, Reece Pockney, Charlie Kemp, Roger May.