Tucked away in a relatively quiet 10:35pm time slot, stand-up Michael McIntyre made his chat show debut on BBC1 last night. It’s a format that could do with a new face to offer an alternative to the traditional triumvirate of Jonathan Ross, Graham Norton and Alan Carr; and though other have failed to make a lasting impression (including one of McIntyre’s guests, Lilly Allen), there are signs in this still-rough-around-the-edges debut that Mr McIntyre may well be our man. 358 more words
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It was only a giggle and five words, but it told us our work was cut out for us.
The year was 1974, and my friend, producer Carole Hart, and I were deep into creating a TV special based on our children’s LP that celebrated gender and racial equality. 1,082 more words
Aye yi yi, Juany Pabs what are you doing? Last night the loveable latino single dad continued his trek down the path to being the most hated bachelor of all time. 2,750 more words