Julia Raeside

Julia Raeside

Julia loves TV and writes about it for the Guardian and other people. She also enjoys talking on the radio which she mostly does for the BBC.


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Game over, Noel

People with cancer have enough on their plates without being told a cure lies in their 'attitude', says Julia Raeside.
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Julia Raeside’s Digital Watch

Check out the spring flowers and delightful baby animals gambolling all over the shop. Sorry? What? Julia Raeside’s too distracted by some excellent TV.
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Julia Raeside’s Digital Watch – the festive edition

TV’s about to unleash its Christmas treats and small-screen addict Julia Raeside’s here to help narrow down your choices.
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Digital Watch special: An audience with Strictly

Strictly Come Dancing took its first once around the dancefloor proper this weekend and Standard Issue’s digital watcher, Julia Raeside had a ringside seat.
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Julia Raeside’s Digital Watch: Downton Time

The long goodbye to Downton Abbey has begun. Julia Raeside prepares to say farewell to the nobs and those who tend them.
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Return of the Clangers

Peter Firmin and Oliver Postgate’s kindly, pink, whistling space creatures are back on the BBC as of today. Julia Raeside explains their enduring appeal.
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Julia Raeside’s Digital Watch

It’s spring: blossom is blooming, the sun is (mostly) shining, baby animals are frolicking, and Julia Raeside is tucked up in her living room watching some corking telly. Join her.
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Julia Raeside’s Digital Watch

Thinking of getting outdoorsy for February? Think again says Julia Raeside; there’s way too much good stuff on the telly.
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Julia Raeside’s Digital Watch

Richard E Grant’s flaring nostrils, eye feasts aplenty, Comic Relief and Joan Collins as the Queen Mum have quite rightly got Julia Raeside excited about March’s telly.
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Rated or Dated: Drop Dead Fred

Standard Issue writers are revisiting a film/book/TV series to see if it’s stood the test of time. For Julia Raeside, Drop Dead Fred is as infectious as ever.