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Jane Merrick 2h
Where’s the Prime Minister’s director of communications??
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Rachel Hawkins 3h
I want to get into but all I think of when I watch it is how lucky Charlotte Riley is to get to sit on Tom Hardy’s beautiful face whenever the mood takes her.
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Matt Wells 3h
Oh god it’s that time of the week when British journalism twitter is bitching about . Either watch it and shut up about the boring headlines or whatever, or find something else to do on a Wednesday evening.
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Jane Merrick 2h
Replying to @janemerrick23
Did the Herald get a comment from Joshua West? Why am I news editing a TV programme?
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Oliver Duggan Sep 13
DVDs weren’t introduced until 1997 and didn’t dominate until the mid naughties. What 33-year-old has never heard of VHS films?!
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Kate Bevan BA (Hons), Immodest Woman 2h
"Joshua West scandal" - dear fucking god, anyone who wrote that headline for any page, never mind the splash, should be taken out and shot
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Caroline Criado Perez Sep 15
Um....who the fuck wrote ? A 33 year old not knowing what VHS was?? One of my formative teenage moments was my brother recording over my copy of gone with the wind with late night Italian football. And I’m 34.
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Briefcase Michael Sep 13
I love the idea that there's a coffee van outside national newspaper offices where staff from the Sun and the Guardian can bump into each other for abrasive little chats and flirts.
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Jonathan Haynes 2h
Did they just think, well, let’s just pretend the internet doesn’t exist because that would complicate things?!
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Laura Silver Sep 13
“I’m 33” “You look 25” “I don’t drink, it’s my skin, it looks good” FUCK OFF IM 33 AND WINE LIFE KEEPS MY COMPLEXION FRESH.
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Martine Beresford Sep 13
I love Charlotte Riley and Ben Chaplin in . but life was probably simpler in their previous reporting careers back in 1327...
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Dave Hannant Sep 13
I could pick on so many things from like a doctor picking on Casualty, but I appreciate its dramatisation not documentary... however, I draw the line at thinking a 33yo wouldn’t remember VHS. I’m 30 and do... come on!
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Laura Wilson Sep 13
So in the new bbc show there is a supposed 33 year old that doesn’t remember/ understand VHS tapes?? I’m 19 and I do so that’s highly questionable...
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Jane Merrick 2h
Replying to @janemerrick23
Either do a real life fly on wall documentary about two newspapers with all the technical page layout stuff and that’s fine. Or do an amazing thriller like State of Play, the best drama there ever was about journalism. But a hybrid doesn’t work. Sorry.
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Paul Kelso Sep 13
Feeling massively exposed by The Herald. The news editor has just landed a massive health investigation, exposing hospital culpability in multiple deaths topped with the CEO’s head, in between shifts. Need to pull my finger out
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Harry Wallop Sep 13
really isn’t terrible - apart from suggestion that copper-bottom exclusives take a mere 4hrs to research, source and stand up. But the complete absence of press officers accompanying CEOs and cabinet ministers is completely unbelievable
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Claire Coleman ✍🏽 Sep 13
That bloody polar bear outfit will NEVER fit in a washing machine
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Hannah Mason🐝 1h
Tweets by annoyed journalists falling over each other to say "I think you'll find *that* is incorrect" is too entertaining. Good grief, it's a bloody drama. It's dramatic to see the papers being pulled. It's never happened - that's why it is being dramatised. For drama.
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Catherine Halloran 2h
Really enjoying on Finally a drama about newspapers that is actually accurate. It has given me some fairly frightening flashbacks.
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fleetstreetfox Sep 13
So can I just check we’re all going to watch tonight while complaining how unrealistic it is? I like seeing editors doing all the work while reporters bumble around like idiots. It’s very funny.
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