WHIMSICAL DRAMA by MIKE STOTT set in and around a fictional Lancashire town. Each episode focused on the life of a different resident. One was a flasher. One was an artist. One was BERNARD HILL as a suspected murderer. Another was MATTHEW KELLY without a beard who made sculptures looking like giant breasts which said “OOH!” when you pressed them. Portrayed all northerners as dickheads. PRUNELLA SCALES, RICHARD WILSON, ROGER SLOMAN and PHILIP JACKSON were some of them.Read More
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The TV That Made Me Tuesday, 15.45, BBC1 Today there’s a rather awkward Sandi Toksvig double bill as she’s hosting Fifteen to One at the same time, but some more interesting guests later in the week. Natalie Cassidy is on Wednesday who’s a bit younger than the rest so we should get a different perspective, […]
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