James Walton

Watch Andrew Marr stare at places where stuff happened: New Elizabethans reviewed

Plus: a touching tribute to TV theme tunes and their forgotten composers

Marr demonstrated his ability to stare meaningfully at places where something important once happened and gave us his Winston Churchill impression whenever possible. Credit: BBC

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