James Walton

A neat fantasy that asks why Britons don’t revolt: BBC1’s The Way reviewed 

Plus: ITV's Covid drama Breathtaking is hamstrung by its own fervour

The formidably matriarchal Dee (Mali Harries) leading the strikes in BBC1's The Way. Credit: BBC/Red Seam/Jon Pountney

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