ANDREW JOHNSTONE reviews an English series that doesn’t quite seem to know what it is yet, but still manages to feel compelling.
Author: Andrew Johnstone
ANDREW JOHNSTONE reports from the coalface of plastic waste. It’s not a pretty sight/site.
An old-fashioned morality play wrapped up as a whodunit, Longmire consists of six almost perfect seasons, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE charts the haphazard rise and inevitable fall of National Party leader Bill English, the ultimate empty political vessel.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE reviews a new series about an autistic savant surgeon. Believe it or not.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE chanced on Better Things by mistake and then couldn’t prevent himself from major bingeing. It comes highly recommended.
Witchdoctor’s sci-fi specialist ANDREW JOHNSTONE charts his own trip through the cosmic history of time travel on film and television.
How it all went horribly wrong with Facebook, and what ANDREW JOHNSTONE eventually did about it.
Police sitcoms don’t really appeal to ANDREW JOHNSTONE, but when he discovered some friends were addicted to Brooklyn 99 he had to check it out.
City people have a weird attitude to urine, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
Morris was a Christian chaplain who championed gay rights at a time when homosexuality was still illegal. Here’s ANDREW JOHNSTONE’s moving tribute.
A lifetime chain-smoker, one day ANDREW JOHNSTONE just stopped. But that just fuelled his other passions.