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What's Been On My TV This February?

I know it is edging towards the end of March but I thought it is worth sharing what has been on my small screen in February. 465 more words

Review: Sherlock - The Final Problem

So here it is, finally, my review of episode three. Hope you enjoy.

Series four of Sherlock concludes with dark secrets from the past, a threat from beyond the grave and a  816 more words

WELL DONE RUTH DAVIDSON!

THE SCOTTISH CONSERVATIVE LEADER PUTS ANDREW MARR IN HIS PLACE –

No one watching this morning’s Andrew Marr show on BBC1 could have been left in any doubt about this so called impartial commentator’s position on the Scottish Independence issue. 212 more words

The YouTube Files - Punt And Dennis.

Punt And Dennis (BBC1, 1994-1995)

Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis have worked together as a comedy double-act since the mid-80s. Some of their earliest TV work included BBC1’s  611 more words

Game Show Memories - Pets Win Prizes.

Pets Win Prizes (BBC1, 1994-1996)

Having enjoyed the TV work of Danny Baker over the years, when I saw that he was going to host a new Saturday night game show, I was very pleased, and it was one of the oddest that I can remember seeing in the 90s. 530 more words

The Comedy Vault - After You've Gone.

After You’ve Gone (BBC1, 2007-2008)

After You’ve Gone is a sitcom that starred Nicholas Lyndhurst as Jimmy, someone who has had a divorce and whose ex-wife now works in Africa, so he has to raise his two teenage children Molly (Dani “Tracy Beaker” Harmer) and Alex (Ryan Sampson) by himself, although his widowed teacher mother-in-law (Celia Imrie) is still around and they often clash on just about everything.  401 more words

Live Tweeting

Today I’m heading to Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea Football Club to report on the FA Cup Quarter final between Chelsea and Manchester United. It is the last quarter final round to decide what team will be joining Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham in the semi finals that will be held at Wembley at the end of April. 159 more words