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Ripper Street ‘Our Betrayal part 2′ – Series 2 – Episode 8, Arts

Ripper Street ‘Our Betrayal part 2′ – Series 2 – Episode 8

Picking up from the end of last week from the Ripper Street equivalent of the Four Weddings and a Funeral ‘Is it raining?’ scene, the Whitechapel trio are back together and on the case.

By | Arts | Monday, 16 December 2013 at 11:10 pm

Ripper Street ‘Our Betrayal’ – Series 2 – Episode 7, Arts

Ripper Street ‘Our Betrayal’ – Series 2 – Episode 7

Following on from the events of last week, we have a series finale of two halves and it’s all kicking off. Poor old Drake has disappeared and his house is in a mess while Jackson’s brother comes to town with a stolen diamond.

By | Arts | Monday, 9 December 2013 at 10:00 pm

Ripper Street ‘Threads of Silk and Gold’ – Series 2, episode 5, Arts

Ripper Street ‘Threads of Silk and Gold’ – Series 2, episode 5

There was only one word for this week’s instalment of Ripper Street: grim. While it started off as the ‘typical’ gay period drama love story, complete with the edges of the screen blurred like a dream sequence, it soon all descended into death, debt, blackmail and gore.

By | Arts | Monday, 25 November 2013 at 11:02 pm

Ripper Street ‘Dynamite And A Woman’ – Series 2, episode 4, Arts

Ripper Street ‘Dynamite And A Woman’ – Series 2, episode 4

The newest member of the Whitechapel team stepped up to the mark this week and attempted to earn his stripes with some undercover work.

By | Arts | Monday, 18 November 2013 at 11:00 pm

Ripper Street ‘Become Man’ – Series 2, episode 3, Arts

Ripper Street ‘Become Man’ – Series 2, episode 3

Ripper Street is a testosterone-fuelled ride but this week the ladies of the East End took centre stage.

By | Arts | Monday, 11 November 2013 at 11:00 pm

Ripper Street: ‘Am I Not Monstrous?’ – Series 2, episode 2, Arts

Ripper Street: ‘Am I Not Monstrous?’ – Series 2, episode 2

We have seen the ugly side of the British Empire with last week’s bent copper and the opium dens of the East End. This week it was the Victorian obsession with the freakish.

By | Arts | Monday, 4 November 2013 at 11:00 pm

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