Perspectives is British Documentary TV series. Produced by Blakeway Productions. Stars: David Suchet, Hugh Laurie, Robson Green. It debuted on Apr 24, 2011, on ITV. The series has 7.5 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Perspectives Has: 5 (28 episodes)
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|Season 5|| |
Season premieres on April 19, 2015
ITV, 6 episodes
|Season 4|| |
Season premieres on April 20, 2014
ITV, 6 episodes
|Season 3|| |
2013, ITV, 7 episodes
|Season 2|| |
2012, ITV, 5 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2011, ITV, 4 episodes
Perspectives is on ITV (United Kingdom) s at 6 pm
S5E6 (Eddie Redmayne on War Art) - Air Date: May 24, 2015 (5 years ago)
Perspectives On: The United States Midterms - Redbrick - according to Redbrick
This demonstrates to me that Trump’s divisive sentiment has largely fallen on deaf ears, as the American people have voted in favour of diersity in the House of Representatives, a new energy which ultimately succeeded in flipping Republican safe hold districts.
Perspectives: Wind in the Willows with Griff Rhys Jones, ITV1, preview - Telegraph.co.uk - via Telegraph
Jones also shows how Grahame’s immersion in the countryside capers of Ratty, Mole, Badger and Toad enabled a retreat into childlike imagination away from adult horrors (Grahame had escaped a shooting incident in the bank).
Perspectives - The Man in the Hat: Rene Magritte with Will Young, ITV, review: "out of his depth" - Telegraph.co.uk - via Telegraph
Still, the programme did a reasonable job of trundling through the life and times of the great Belgian surrealist, even if, as a character, he was perversely suburban and mundane. I rather warmed to Magritte’s aggressive refusal to allow himself to be psychoanalysed, having evidently decided that it was nobody else’s business and anyway he could do it himself through his work. He created much of this in a nondescript corner of the lounge in his unremarkable home in Brussels, converting humdrum objects (baguettes, windows, a suitcase) into teasing puzzles or perceptual booby traps.
New Perspectives present the world premiere of The Fishermen at HOME in Manchester this July - by Aboutmanchester
Playing Ben is Michael Ajao, who recently appeared in Br’er Cotton at Theatre503. He previously appeared in The Lorax at The Old Vic, and made his big-screen debut in Attack the Block directed by Joe Cornish, and took the role of Corey Draper in Tiger Aspect’s Cuffs for BBC.