James Walton

A very classy thriller indeed: C4’s The Undeclared War reviewed

Plus: a profoundly reverent portrait of the first black player to win the Wimbledon men’s singles titles

Kosminsky takes on cyber warfare, which has the rare property of being both terrifying and undramatic: Adrian Lester as PM Andrew Makinde in The Undeclared War

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