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5 January 2018

Episode 555

42 minutes

Alice Vincent, arts and entertainment writer for ‘The Telegraph’ and Toby Earle, TV critic for ‘London Live’ and ‘The Evening Standard’, join Ben Rylan in the studio to discuss some of the UK shows hitting the small screen this month. Plus: podcast and radio critic Pete Naughton gives us his 2018 listening tips and we head to Latin America for this week’s Global Countdown.

5 January 2018

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Chapter 1

26 minutes

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Chapter 1

TV with Alice Vincent and Toby Earle

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Toby Earle, arts and entertainment writer for ‘The Telegraph’, and Alice Vincent, TV critic for ‘London Live’ and ‘The Evening Standard’, discuss the latest series of technology anthology series ‘Black Mirror’, new BBC drama ‘Hard Sun’, Channel 4 and Netflix collaboration ‘The End of the Fucking World’ and the latest series of black comedy ‘Inside No. 9’.

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Chapter 2

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Pete’s podcast picks

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Podcast and radio critic Pete Naughton gives us his two cents on what we might be listening to in 2018.

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Chapter 3

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The Global Countdown: Puerto Rico

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After the success of Puerto Rican hit ‘Despacito’ last year, Fernando Augusto Pacheco examines the top-five music singles in the country as we kick off 2018.

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