Is Lee Mack trying to muscle in on Inside No 9 territory? This Halloween edition of the enduring light-hearted domestic sitcom has scarier ambitions than usual. It is even scheduled later than it... more
Tv Review: Dave Gorman: Terms And Conditions Apply*
Acclaimed stand-up comedian and “high priest of comedy PowerPoint” (The Times) returns to UKTV with a brand-new eight-part series, Dave Gorman: Terms and Conditions Apply*.  Once again Dave... more
TV Peview: Celebrity Juice, ITV2
Celebrity Juice is back for a brand new series with a brand new line-up Host Keith Lemon is joined by new team captain Mel B and returning captain Holly Willoughby for more fun and games.In the first... more
TV: Taskmaster Series Nine rose matafeo licks a lolly
I've got a terrible confession to make. I think I started to fall a bit out of love with Taskmaster during recent series. It seemed to be on television so often that it sort of felt less and less... more
TV: This Way Up, C4
Everything is a Something Fleabag these days. The lazy journalists who call Roisin Conaty's GameFace a Working Class Fleabag will probably call this an Irish Fleabag as it features two Irish sisters... more
Receiving the full-length documentary treatment is certainly an accolade for Inside No 9 creators Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton. The challenge for Melvyn Bragg and the makers is how to... more
Comedian Nick Revell has been voted the favourite act of the Laugharne Weekend, the multicultural festival which took place in South Wales last week.Revell was a regular presence at the intimate... more
the road to brexit
I didn't write about this Matt Berry one-off written by Arthur Mathews earlier because I assumed it would be postponed when Brexit was postponed. Instead it is going full steam ahead, so at least... more
warren martin clunes hat trick/BBC
If you watch the right programmes – Derry Girls, Catastrophe – you could easily argue that we are going through a golden age of sitcom at the moment. On the other hand if you watch Warren, starring... more
The year is 1985. Eight months have passed since Vincent Swan (Ed Westwick) - Essex’s premier and most amoral double glazing salesman - teamed up with gangster Ronnie (Lee Ross) and forced his boss... more
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