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Hey, It’s Photo Friday!

To watch the shows you see on UNC-TV, we have to either produce them ourselves or buy them from somewhere. Often, that source is PBS or some other public broadcasting entity. 212 more words

British Comedy

Where Do I Know That Actor?

I just caught the season premiere of Vicious and thought it might be worth a mention to point out that the episode guest-starred Celia Imrie as Violet’s sister. 167 more words

Midsomer Murders

DVD review: Bad Education Series 3

BBC Worldwide

Release date: 31st August 2015

Starring: Jack Whitehall, Matthew Horne, Sarah Solemani, Harry Enfield, James Fleet, Harry Peacock

Bad Education is currently following the likes of Alan Partridge, The Inbetweeners and (ahem) On The Buses in moving from the small to the big screen. 254 more words

Chris Hallam

Wednesday Trivia Question

What 1980s British comedy series starred Judi Dench and her real-life husband as a couple engaged in an awkward romantic relationship?

If you’re a Britcom fan, you may have run across this gem of a program (UNC-TV has aired it several times over the years). 47 more words

Six of the best fictional UK TV politicians

Jim Hacker

In: Yes Minister and Yes Prime Minister (sitcom 1980-1984, 1986-1988)

Played by: Paul Eddington

Written by: Antony Jay, Jonathan Lynn

Indecisive, bumbling but ultimately well intentioned. 548 more words

Chris Hallam

Sounds Familiar

“I didn’t get where I am today selling ice creams tasting of bookends, pumice stone, and West Germany.” – C. J. (John Barron), The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin

Dead Heat Print Copies

After an anxious couple of weeks of waiting for my proof copies of Dead Heat, to be published through Amazon CreateSpace, they have finally arrived. At first glance, they look very good but I will make some changes to the text – I had forgotten to take out the navigation chapter section and it’s pointless keeping it in because there are no page numbers (which need to be inserted anyway). 116 more words

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