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Game Face

Yesterday evening brought Roisin Conaty’s pilot episode of the show she wrote and stars in, Game Face to 4OD. I absolutely adore Roisin so knew it would be brilliant. 339 more words


Doll & Em

Yesterday, I visited my best friend, Phoebe, and we watched the final two episodes of the gorgeous show that is Doll & Em. I knew I would love this show because I had seen a pilot clip before from quite a few years ago, which features Noel Fielding (my absolute favourite) and I definitely wasn’t disappointed. 557 more words


The Flim Culb's Forgotten Gems

OK people, ready for a new series of reviews/recaps? It recently came to my attention that some of my most favourite re-watchables are long-gone TV shows; my staples of years gone by, little golden nuggets of telly time, gooey centres of former greats… I think you get the picture. 492 more words

British Comedy

Stewart Lee on Saying you're English These Days

Stewart Lee has always seemed so incomprehensibly reasonable to me that I could never really understand the strong sentiment against him. As a comedian he seems really in the avant-garde category, in which I would put Spike Milligan and Monty Python, at least inasmuch as his jokes are often funny but in a way that is not always easily comprehensible. 297 more words

The Alternative Comedy Experience

The Alternative Comedy Experience is important because it aims to show what intimate comedy gigs are actually like so for people who don’t see a lot of live comedy, or only have experience of big arenas, it really shows a whole new world. 492 more words


Shaun of the Dead // Sightseers

Thought I would talk about films today, so here are two horror comedy films that are amongst my favourite films of all time:

Shaun of the Dead… 424 more words


Pramface, a great British comedy.

Pramface is a British sitcom produced by the BBC that is available in the U.S on HULU. Pramface typically runs about thirty- two minutes on HULU because it’s British their ad structure is a little different. 251 more words