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Rashida Jones Parks and Recreation Series 1

Parks and Recreation Series 1 review

Though Parks and Recreation has been a bit of a hit in the States for a few years now, it's taken a while for...
Red Dwarf X review

Red Dwarf X review

Red Dwarf X brought Chris Barrie, Craig Charles, Danny John-Jules and Robert Llewellyn back to British TV this year thanks to the great work...
Cuckoo Series 1 on BBC3 - Greg Davis & Helen Bexendale

Cuckoo Series 1 review

Cuckoo turned out to be the comedy hit of the year, when it aired in autumn 2012. Fronted by the man mountain comedy might...
Napoleon Dynamite cartoon

Napoleon Dynamite cartoon review

Napoleon Dynamite is the latest cartoon comedy to hit the chap stick coated block and it's a pretty good continuation of the genius of...

The Brit Awards 2012

The Brit Awards 2012 can best be summed up by something Chris Martin said on the night. That it was great to be a...
Roger and Val Have Just Got In

Roger and Val Have Just Got In Series 2

Back with Roger and Val Have Just Got In Series 2, the comedy duo odd-couple of Dawn French and Alfred Molina is just as...

Craig Bellamy’s African Dream

Flicking through the channels for something half decent to watch (the good stuff being on later with a choice between Roger and Val Have...

New Girl review

Having aired the first three episodes of New Girl on E4 it’s fair to say that at it's best it can be the funniest...

This Is England ‘88 review

If the brilliance of This Is England and This Is England ’86 wasn’t enough to seal Shane Meadows’ place in cinema and television drama...
Life's Too Short

Life’s Too Short review

So Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant are back on the BBC with Life’s Too Short. Bringing blast from the brilliant past Warwick Davis with...

Holy Flying Circus review

Easily one of the best and funniest things to show it's waffer thin serialisation on British TV in a long time, Holy Flying Circus...

Outnumbered Series 4 review

It's hard to put out a fourth series, following the same general format and without any particular overarching storyline, but Outnumbered Series 4 has...
Shooting Stars series 8 review

Shooting Stars Series 8

There's no real reason for it, but despite the previous series being class, a new series of Shooting Stars has a habit of bringing...

8 Out of 10 Cats Series 11

Scavenging the BBC for a decent comedy to watch after exhausting the better realms of Mock the Week (which is starting to return to...
The Kennedys miniseries

The Kennedys miniseries

The Kennedy family was one of the biggest political forces in the history of the 20th Century, and the dramatisation of that history, The...
Psychoville Series 2

Psychoville Series 2

Psychoville was a brilliant reinvention of the surreal comedy of the League of Gentlemen, and if anything the second series is even better than...
Dr Who Series 6

Doctor Who Series 6 review

After a great debut as the 11th Dr Who, Matt Smith is back with Dr Who Series 6 confirming his status (in our opinion)...
10 O'Clock Live review

10 O’Clock Live review – Genius

I couldn’t bring myself to watch 10 O’Clock Live for ages, but now I have I curse missing out on the earlier episodes. The...
Limmy's Show Series 2

Limmy’s Show series 2 review, BBC 2

Limmy’s Show is well into its second series now, and if anything it gets better and more surreal by the episode. The Scottish sketch...
Raymond Blanc's Kitchen Secrets

Raymond Blanc’s Kitchen Secrets review

There's something innately annoying about the majority of the UK's popular TV chef's, but in Raymond Blanc's Kitchen Secrets, I've finally found one that...

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