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On TV this week: one journalist wrestles with his conscience and tries to understand where he went wrong, while another discusses with undisguised glee how he exploited a young woman's murder for personal gain.
Having shed the freak-show tenor of his early work, Louis Theroux has become a documentarian you trust implicitly - even when the film ends on an implausible high note.
Here's our brand new run-down of some of the most interesting TV DVDs out this week. And maybe a silly one, just because that's how we roll. This week; mockumentaries and documentaries, comedy and tears. And Gossip Girl.
Sure, it might sound a bit like the title of a late-eighties straight-to-video Van Damme movie, but it's just good ol' Louis Theroux, diffidently doing the jailhouse rock. Again.
Posted by Kirsty
at 12:55 on 10 Oct 2010
To paraphrase Churchill; never has so much been given to so many by so few. Of course I'm not talking about the RAF (although, thanks lads), I'm talking about BBC, ITV and Sky. Because to my warped tellymind, Sunday night drama scheduling is like the war effort. Oh yes.