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

Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing © BBC/Owl Power/Parisa Taghizadeh
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What to watch this week

Comedians Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse explore the quiet charm of fishing.

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Lawrence, George and Bill in ITV's Take Me Out Over-50's special © Thames / Fremantle
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TV blog: Take Me Out

A Take Me Out special for the over-50s, plus the best of the rest of the week on TV.

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Nothing Like a Dame
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Nothing Like a Dame

Dames Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright and Maggie Smith get together in this feature-length documentary.

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An edge-of-the-seat, white-knuckle attempt to conquer the north face of the Eiger.

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Hugh Grant as Jeremy Thorpe and Ben Whishaw as Norman Scott in A Very English Scandal. Photograph by Ray Burmiston and Sophie Mutavelian © BBC/Blueprint/Amazon/Sony
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A career-defining performance by Hugh Grant in A Very English Scandal, says our critic.

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Royal Wedding-themed programmes galore lead up to the much-anticipated event.

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The Great British Bake Off: The Professionals - Benoit Blin, Tom Allen, Liam Charles and Cherish Finden © Mark Bourdillon/Channel 4
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Bake Off is back, this time with master bakers. Plus, more TV highlights.

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Britain's Best Home Cook with Chris Bavin, Dan Doherty, Mary Berry, Claudia Winkleman © Ray Burmiston/BBC/KEO
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TV blog: Britain’s Best Home Cook

Mary Berry presides over a new cookery contest show. Plus, the best of the rest of the week on TV.

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The Split is a new six-part drama from award-winning writer Abi Morgan.

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