The sporting calendar this year has worked out well for BBC2, as the darts, snooker and bowls were followed almost immediately by the Winter Olympics and meant they could fill up daytimes for a good six weeks. It’s finally come to an end and that means we’re back to non-stop repeats, but as before they’ve at least taken the opportunity to delve a bit further back and, presumably, cook up some vintage continuity to link them all. Cagney and Lacey, Are You Being Served? and ‘Allo ‘Allo! are all back, not that we can remember where we’ve got to, joined by this, which as we know was only invented as a last minute replacement for Shoestring, and just reminds us that we should have another rerun of that, twelve years after its last aborted daytime run. This’ll do for now, though.
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We think this has been a fabulous series, perhaps the most consistent of the entire modern era, with loads to enjoy and Clara – or, as Doctor Who Magazine memorably refers to her this month, the Lights On Lights Off Girl – fast becoming our favourite companion. This is the last workaday episode before the big two-part finale and we’re sure it’ll be great as it’s written by that fine author Frank Cottrell Boyce.
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