Be a Radio Times reviewer: tell us what you think of Frankie starring Eve Myles

Send us your review of the first episode of BBC1's district nurse drama by noon on Wednesday and it might just get published...

Last week we asked you to pass judgement on The Apprentice and its new host of cliche-ridden entrepreneurial wannabes. The week before, ITV’s new Marmite comedy Vicious got you all talking. And now it’s your turn, opinionated drama fans…


Come on, we know you’re out there. And all you need to do is plonk yourself in front of BBC1 tonight at 9pm, then write us 150 little words on what you thought of Frankie.

Eve Myles is best known askick-ass Cardiff gal Gwen in Doctor Who spin off Torchwood but now she’s swapping the extraterrestrial police force for a different kind of uniform and playing district nurse Frankie Maddox. Frankie is a bright and smiley healthcare professional with a penchant for red wine and fast cars who lets her work take over her private life. Tonight’s opening episode sees her attempt to juggle that with patients including a woman struggling to care for both her elderly father and her terminally ill husband.

Send your 150 word review of the first episode of Frankie, along with your full name, age and hometown, to by midday tomorrow (15/05/2013).



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