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Category Archives: TV
I don’t know why, but I’ve gone off Eddie Izzard a bit lately. Maybe it’s because he was being a little too boastful about his wonderful mind when he was interviewed on the Last Leg earlier this year. Or maybe … Continue reading
I loved Robin Hood and it is definitely my favourite kids BBC drama (well, up to the point where they stupidly killed off Marian). It took a couple of episodes to get into it, but I really enjoyed Merlin as … Continue reading
The latest BBC costume drama, The Paradise is quickly becoming my favourite ever. I already look forward to watching it more than Downton Abbey, and Larkrise to Candleford is my other contender. It isn’t surprising considering they are made by … Continue reading
The television series, but not the cool Danish one, the American one. It’s been burning a hole in my sky + for some time, and now we finally finished watching it. It may seem little point doing a review now, … Continue reading
In knowing Morse’s first name, I always thought I’d win a point in a pub quiz one day. It never came up, and I’ve never done a pub quiz. It isn’t likely to be a question now anyway, but I … Continue reading
On channel 4 on Wednesday evenings. A comedy series by the same writer and creator as Green Wing, Victoria Pile.
I’ve just caught up on Lily Allen’s programme I sky plussed. I’m sure she can see how very ironic it is that the voice-over guy constantly tells us that Lily has stepped out of the public eye at the same … Continue reading
On Channel 4, Thursdays at 8pm. I’ve got a few things to say about this programme.
On BBC1, Monday and Tuesday evenings at 9pm. Starring: Trevor Eve, Sue Johnston, Tara FitzGerald, Wil Johnson and Felicite du Jeu. Writer: Paul Farrell. Director: Sam Miller.
But they don’t know the colours that go!