‘SOME POSHOS OFF THE RADIO’ – ie Emma Thompson and the Who Dares Wins lot – perform a bunch of old Douglas Adams/Clive Anderson/Griff Rhys-Jones Not The Nine O’Clock News-esque revue sketches and get mistaken for naughty ‘alternative’ comedians (and asked to make a ‘proper’ album to boot). Letters of outrage to Feedback ensue, as in fact do several major careers in heavyweight drama.
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Creamguide's Pick of the Day
Used to be that BBC1 was always endless repeats in the summer while ITV would have a decent supply of new shows, but it’s quite the reverse these days and at 9pm on the light channel this week it’s repeats five nights out of seven, and we still haven’t had any new drama outside the soaps since long before the World Cup began. We wouldn’t mind so much if all the repeats were as good as this.
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