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Raised by Wolves review: council-estate life but not as you know it

Plus: Gotham, a new-ish American drama from Channel 5 that recalls The Godfather, and Channel 4 takes another swipe at Ukip in Britain's Racist Election

21 March 2015

9:00 AM

21 March 2015

9:00 AM

Journalist, novelist, broadcaster and figurehead of British feminism Caitlin Moran, who writes most of the Times and even had her Twitter feed included on a list of A-Level set texts, is now bidding to break into the sitcom business. Can one woman shoulder this ever-increasing multimedia load, along with the fawning tide of adulation that follows her everywhere?

Wisely, she enlisted the help of her sister Caroline to create Raised By Wolves (Channel 4, Monday), a wily reimagining of their home-schooled childhood (alongside six siblings) on a Wolverhampton council estate.

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