Jim Shelley (TV critic)

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Jim Shelley is a British television critic[1][2] who writes a column for the Daily Mirror each Monday titled Shelleyvision. Prior to writing for the Daily Mirror he wrote for The Guardian and his collection of reviews "Interference: Tapehead vs. Television" was published by Atlantic Books. He writes a monthly column about cop shows for The Guardian Guide entitled Call The Cops. He has also written for The Daily Telegraph and The Mail On Sunday, plus magazines such as Esquire magazine, Details and Blitz. He left the Daily Mirror in November 2012 and now writes a column for the Daily Mail.

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  1. ^ Murphy, Michael; Rees-Jones, Deryn (2007-09-01). Writing Liverpool: Essays and Interviews. Liverpool University Press. p. 223. ISBN 978-1-84631-073-7. Retrieved 22 March 2011. 
  2. ^ Jacobs, Jason (2003). Body trauma TV: the new hospital dramas. British Film Institute. p. 38. ISBN 978-0-85170-880-5. Retrieved 22 March 2011. In relation to hospital drama this was clearly 'unhealthy' in the eyes of many television critics and cultural commentators. Jim Shelley argued that such shows 'inspire our voyeurism'...