Benjie Goodhart

Benjie Goodhart divides his time between working as a freelance journalist and in the TV industry. He has written regularly for The Guardian, GQ and Saga Magazine, and worked for Channel 4 in programme publicity. He lives in Brighton with his wife, two children, and three tellies. He loves the tellies most of all.


Latest Articles from Benjie

Sarah Parish as Elizabeth Bancroft, Faye Marsay as Katherine Stevens and Amara Karan as Anya Karim in ITV’s Bancroft © Steve Brown/ITV
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TV blog: Bancroft

A new police drama delivers an ambitious and intriguing twist on a tired formula.

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The Real Marigold on Tour Series 2 © BBC/TwoFour Productions
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TV blog: The Real Marigold on Tour 2

Miriam, Bobby, Wayne and Rosemary set off to sample retirement living in China.

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Coastal Railways withJulie Walters © Joss Barratt/Channel 4
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What to watch this week

Julie Walters travelling around Scotland by train, plus the best of the rest of the week's TV.

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Penny Linnett in the BBC's Blitz: The Bombs that Changed Britain © BBC/Wall to Wall/Tim Kirby
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TV blog: Blitz

A moving, four-part documentary focusing on the bombs that changed Britain.

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Hayley Atwell as Margaret Schlegel and Matthew MacFayden as Henry Wilcox in the BBC's Howards End © BBC/Playground Television UK Limited 2017/Laurie Sparham
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TV blog: Howards End

A sumptuous new Sunday evening drama, plus the best of the rest of the week on TV.

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Why you should join Twitter

Joining the social-media phenomenon can be hugely rewarding.

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TV blog: Women at War

This week’s highlights include a jewel squirreled away in the daytime schedules.

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TV blog: A Very Royal Wedding

A documentary looks at the wedding of the Queen and Prince Philip 70 years ago.

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TV blog: The Last Post

A new drama set in Aden in 1965, plus Porridge re-imagined for the 21st Century.

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