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This Country: Trevor Cooper on working with family members Charlie, Daisy May, and Paul Cooper

This Country star Trevor Cooper, who plays Len Clifton, says working with his family – including nephew Charlie, niece Daisy May, and brother Paul Cooper – on-set of the BBC Three show is one of the most “enjoyable” experiences of his acting career. 677 more words


This Country: Family Loyalties - series 2, episode 6 review *SPOILERS*

Series two of Charlie Cooper’s and Daisy May Cooper’s BBC Three iPlayer hit mockumentary This Country has been magnificent, and has somehow vastly improved on the first series. 1,220 more words


The Young Offenders: Series 1 review *SPOILERS*

I discovered the Irish show – which can be found in full on BBC iPlayer – through a recommendation and, shamefully, postponed watching it for a few weeks because it looked cheap and tacky. 589 more words


Inside No. 9: The use of time to tell the story of Once Removed - series 4, episode 3 *SPOILERS*

Since the inception of Inside No. 9 back in 2014, Reece Shearsmith’s and Steve Pemberton’s anthology series has consistently provided shocking, dark twists, with sprinklings of heart-warming humour in each individual episode, and the third episode of series four, Once Removed, is no different. 651 more words


The League of Gentlemen Anniversary Specials

*Contains spoilers*

The first time I ever watched ‘The League of Gentlemen’ was on the night of its television debut – BBC Two, 10pm on the 11th January 1999. 8,285 more words

Reece Shearsmith

The League of Gentlemen Review - Series 4 Episode 3: Royston Vasey Mon Amour

A hilarious final visit to the worlds most unsavory town. The creators of this cult BBC show can bow out in style.


Early on in this episode a sign appears on a lamp-post with a notice stating “should have ended after season one”. 630 more words