Looking for ways to stay entertained and well informed over the next few weeks? We’re here to help. We have gathered together a selection of your favourite columnists from The Times and The Sunday Times to keep you company through a special series of 30-minute online events. Look out for more in our TIMES TALKS series which we will announce over the coming weeks.

We've all spent a lot more time on the sofa over the last year and telly supplies are running low, so start the week with Camilla Long, television critic, The Sunday Times and Hugo Rifkind, columnist and leader writer, The Times as they put forward suggestions of which TV gems should be next on your lockdown watch list. They will be sharing their thoughts on the series and films they rate, the ones they would give a miss and what is coming up along with answering all your questions about where to go next viewing-wise. 

Camilla Long is television critic for The Sunday Times. She also writes interviews and a column, and was named interviewer of the year at the British Press Awards in 2010 and 2016.

Hugo Rifkind, columnist, leader writer and TV critic for The Times. You can hear Hugo on Times Radio Saturday mornings from 10am-1pm as he gives an entertaining canter through the week's news and culture.



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