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  • Fifty years of The Doctor

    I think I’ve said before that approaching the longest-running science-fiction series in history can be downright intimidating, no less so as The ...

  • Evaluating early education

    The proponents say investments now in young learners will reap huge economic benefits in both the short and long term.On Tuesday, three groups ...

  • Whedon, Marvel deliver knockout punch

    I still haven’t finished watching the interesting, if a bit obtuse, “Dollhouse” and Fox’s fumbling sealed the fate of the Sci-Fi-western hybrid ...

  • 'Sleepy Hollow' is a snore fest

    But for that to happen, the writers would have to sell me a compelling reason why Ichabod Crane and The Headless Horseman have been transported ...

  • Send in the clones

    I wrote that when I reviewed the first handful of episodes of the Canadian-American co-production when it aired on Space in the spring. After far ...

  • Losing patience with Peter Pan comedies

    In Canada, CityTV is carrying both comedies “Dads” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and Global airs the drama “Sleepy Hollow.”Dramas often take a few ...

  • The autumn cleanup

    For the first time in a couple of years, this fall will see a new Canadian made comedy — CityTV’s “Packaged Deal” — and a new Canadian drama in ...

  • Too often doomed to repeat herself

    Maybe it’s because I am not in the target demographic, but I’m having trouble getting into the CBC dramedy “Being Erica” despite several ...

  • Growing a business and dealing with grief

    The wet weather this week meant some guilt-free time to curl up with a good show and, after finally finishing Season 1 of “Orange Is The ...

  • ‘Luther’ is big-budget British crime drama

    After spending most of my waking hours in recent weeks waiting for the next “Broadchurch” episodes to air — only two left — I’ve tried to sate my ...