ONE OF the last chapters of David Jason’s pre-fame ‘difficult period’, filling in time before those Del Boy millions came along with a long-running Kenneth Clark/Jacob Bronowski-lampooning sketch show examining the mysteries of the universe and the meaning of life. Amongst those along for the ride were Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Steafel, Chris Emmett, Stephen Moore, David Tate, Jon Glover, Andy Hamilton, Geoffrey Perkins and Jimmy Mulville. Apparently, one of the few non-Frost/OFAH shows he’s happy to see repeated.Read More
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We did say when this programme began in September 2010 that the name was totally cursed, having been used for both TVam’s swiftly abandoned early show and ITN’s unsuccessful bid for the franchise ten years later. Unsurprisingly they didn’t listen to us, and that brings us to the last ever episode. Certainly changed a lot since day one, Adrian and Christine and the swish set with all the purples soon being jettisoned and now it’s just GMTV all over again with an even more toxic brand. We doubt they’ll go out with much of a bang but worth a look anyway, before the next incarnation of ITV breakfast begins next week. We give it six months.
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Points of View
- In 'MOORE, Roger', Adrian says: "Also single handedly responsible for the 70s fashion for safari suits.."
- In 'Never Too Young to Rock', George White says: "It’s not PETER FIRTH! It’s Peter Cleall!"
- In 'Thorn Birds, The', George White says: "Massively expensive since it weren’t actually AUstralia, but a bit of Southern California with a kangaroo brought in that had to be..."
- In 'MOORE, Roger', George White says: "Oh yes, Alan Ladd’s kid David, where he has to chow down on piles and piles of snowy white coke, to the sound of bad disco. Ah, when British..."
- In 'Eh, Brian, It’s a Whopper', Me says: "I have 5 of the 6 episodes made on VHS… When I get a bit of free Time, I will transfer to DVD then upload to YouTube"