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Alan Waldman :
‘Love/Hate’ is a very dark but highly compelling Irish crime drama

Despite its violence, this Dublin gang war saga is well written, performed, and produced, with strong characters and dialogue. By Alan Waldman | The Rag Blog | August 14, 2014 [In his weekly column, Alan Waldman reviews some of his … finish reading Alan Waldman :
‘Love/Hate’ is a very dark but highly compelling Irish crime drama

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Alan Waldman :
‘Murphy’s Law’ is gripping Irish TV series about a gutsy undercover cop

James Nesbitt stars as a Northern Irishman whose daughter has been murdered by the IRA and who goes undercover to fight myriad dangerous criminals. By Alan Waldman | The Rag Blog | January 21, 2014 [In his weekly column, Alan … finish reading Alan Waldman :
‘Murphy’s Law’ is gripping Irish TV series about a gutsy undercover cop

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Alan Waldman : ‘Ballykissangel’ is a Charming Irish Small-Town Drama Rich in Characters

Waldman’s film and TVtreasures you may have missed: Drama, comedy and a wealth of Irish characters make ‘Ballykissangel‘ fun. By Alan Waldman | The Rag Blog | January 28, 2013 [In his weekly column, Alan Waldman reviews some of his … finish reading Alan Waldman : ‘Ballykissangel’ is a Charming Irish Small-Town Drama Rich in Characters

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