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
home rufus jones
Rufus Jones is not stupid. When I tweeted a link to the trailer for his new series Home and said it was about a family finding a Syrian refugee in the back of their Audi in Dorking some wags (hat... more
News: Derry Girls Win, Lenny Henry Honoured At South Bank Sky Arts Awards
Writer Lisa McGee's Derry Girls are back for a second series and the laughs start pretty quickly. In an attempt to bridge the divide between the local Catholics and Protestants they are going on a... more
And so Alan Partridge returns from exile. To the BBC after his recent outings with Sky and to television after his time on North Norfolk Digital. When the regular male co-host of live weekday evening... more
martin clunes as warren
Fans of TV comedy have been getting excited recently over a run of great new shows in the pipeline such as Home, Derry Girls and a little old thing featuring Alan Partridge. Well, it's not all... more
mobeen played by Guz Khan
The second series of Man Like Mobeen is now available on BBC Three via iPlayer here. It will also air weekly on BBC One on Saturday nights starting on February 9.Man Like Mobeen, written and created... more
This is the third sitcom I've reviewed in two days and with the greatest respect to BBC Three's Cuckoo and BBC Two's Semi-Detached, which are both extremely watchable, Catastrophe is by far... more
News: New Lee Mack Sitcom To Come to BBC One
After his foray into live sitcom with Not Going Out just before Christmas Lee Mack is back in sitcomland with this all-star fast-paced one-off pilot in which the twist is that everything happens in... more
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