I just tried to watch It A Sin After Hours on YouTube as it featured an interview with Callum Howells but had to give up after about 5 minutes as the presenter had the most annoying voice I have ever heard. I have no idea who she is but I cant believe they have let her present a programme. My nerves just could not take her whining voice.
Oh thank goodness, it wasn't just me who thought that!
They could have turned that into an educational with a light undertone, instead it turned into a screeching fangirl fawning over her guests.
Whilst the final episode didn't hit me as hard as ep3, I cried more. Nearly an hour of constant tears
I have rarely hated a character on TV as much as the mother. Very well written but so much to dislike about her actions and attitudes.
It has been such an important series. We must not forget this period of history.
RTD will win awards. Callum Scott Howells will win best supporting awards. Lydia West has a huge future ahead of her. A real star.
I want the soundtrack on CD...or maybe even cassette!
Absolutely agree. This series has been one of the best things I’ve watched in years. The 5 main cast were all outstanding, I hope it does win many awards and continue to raise awareness. Everyone involved should be very proud of the show. La!
What a series! From funny to heart breaking with so many elements. Characters were believable and so well acted. A good sign for me is how much you care about them. I really cared about the lead characters and most of the supporting ones too. Hope it wins big at the awards and despite its tragedy what a series it was. To be educational, happy, sad, enriching , upbeat, sexy and fabulous in one series is something. I will miss it, but thank goodness things have moved on for HIV.
Last Edit: Feb 19, 2021 23:31:23 GMT by theatreian