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L’art du crime, One Day at a Time renewed; familiar Captain Marvel faces; Condor teaser; + more

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  • Clark Gregg, Lee Pace and Djimon Hounsou join Captain Marvel

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  • Lee Mack to guest on BBC One’s Doctor Who

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People Just Do Nothing
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People Just Do Nothing renewed; Alan Cumming to guest on Doctor Who; Lyn-Manuel Miranda’s Dark Materials; + more

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  • Bravo developing: adaptation of Vivek J Tiwary’s The Fifth Beatle: The Brian Epstein Story

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Doctor Who’s new logo; Bill Gates’ Big Bang; Perfume, Bad Banks acquired; the new Magnum PI; + more

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  • Bill Gates to guest on CBS’s The Big Bang Theory
  • Sarah Gadon and Emily Nelson to recur on HBO’s True Detective

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David Tennant’s returned as the 10th Doctor… to say happy birthday

Gary Russell, in case you don’t know, used to edit Doctor Who Magazine, wrote several Doctor Who books, co-founded Big Finish and ended up working on the show itself during the Russell T Davies years.

Waris Hussein with Peter Capaldi
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What TV’s on at the BFI in February 2018? Including Waris Hussein and Ingmar Bergman seasons

Every month, TMINE lets you know what TV the BFI will be presenting at the South Bank in London

February’s a pretty full month by the looks of it at the BFI, with a couple of impressive seasons, as well as two TV previews. The main attraction is a season of programmes directed by Waris Hussein – best known as the first ever director of Doctor Who, but who’s built up an impressive portfolio of shows from both sides of the Atlantic over the years, including a rare acting foray by Barry Manilow in Copacabana. There are also showings of Ingmar Bergman’s original versions of Face to Face and Scenes from a Marriage from Swedish TV.

The two previews? The sequel to Kenneth Clark’s original CivilisationCivilisations, and the return to British TV of John Cleese and Alison Steadman in Hold the Sunset. All that after the jump, where we can merengue and do the cha-cha.

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