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The ghosts of the 1980s miners’ strike haunt this beautifully realised portrait of a Nottinghamshire village riven by simmering conflicts. James Graham’s masterful script delivers twists, turns and narrative wallops aplenty.

By Kate Stables

Sherwood: rewardingly knotty post-union drama
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