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TV ON THE RADIO: 'For All Mankind' is really the most expensive soap opera ever made

25 February - 24 mins
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James Dempsey joined Sean for his weekly TV review slot, TV on the Radio.

This week James reviewed 'For all Mankind', new episodes streaming weekly on Apple TV+ , 'Helstrom', episodes one and two now streaming on Star on Disney+ and 'Gordon Ramsay’s Bank Balance' on BBC One.

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