The joy of finding some unknown film gem via the streaming services continues with Perfect 10, available now on iPlayer.

This short but sweet film by first time director Eva Riley, who also wrote the screenplay, tells a low stakes story with such sincerity and believability that you’ll be quickly hooked.

Teenage gymnast Leigh contends with a complicated home life, made more complicated by the arrival of the half-brother, Joe, she never knew existed.

Their father drifts in and out of their lives, mostly leaving them to fend for themselves, and the two quickly form a bond that gives Leigh the confidence she was missing.

Various small sub plots come into play but what really shines are the two hugely natural and realistic performances from newcomers Frankie Box (Leigh) and Alfie Deegan (Joe), both are fantastic but Box especially radiates on screen, her portrayal of a child on the edge of adulthood is one of the best I’ve seen all year.

Over on Netflix series four of The Crown has arrived which even the most ardent Republican will enjoy. This high end slice of social history may centre around the Royal Family but the wider changes in society and government are also covered.

This new series features the arrival of Princess Diana and we get to see Gillian Anderson playing Margaret Thatcher, seems somehow wrong but oh so right. All series of ‘The Crown’ are available on Netflix.

Another new Netflix drama that features everyone’s favourite topics; super complicated chess and childhood drug addiction.

Based on a novel, The Queen’s Gambit is a seven part drama that takes place throughout the 1950s and 60s. Two episodes in and everything about this drama is just stunning, and luckily you don’t have to know anything about chess to enjoy it.