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Hunted blows a fresh breeze through the stale world of reality TV

But the Channel 4 producers no doubt had a hand in preventing those 'on the run' from hiding in a tent

17 October 2015

8:00 AM

17 October 2015

8:00 AM

Television used to employ entertainers to entertain the public. Back then you could count the channels on the fingers of one hand and still have a thumb left over to stick aloft in praise of the nightly parade of talent. That was decades ago, before every housing estate in the land pointed supplicatory dishes at the cosmos, which beamed back numberless multi-channels devoted to cooking and/or shopping, golfing and/or shagging.

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