The Peter Serafinowicz Show is a sketch show based on parodies of British television, using Peter's impressions of many different television personalities. The sketch show includes many different types of sketch from parody of commercials to a parody of Hollywood news.moreless
David Tennant and Emily Watson star in this three part series as political 'golden couple' Aiden and Freya Hoynes who face a reshuffle in their marriage when Aiden's attempt at a leadership challenge fails and he falls into the shadow of Freya's growing career.moreless
Alan is a self-obsessed DJ who has had several TV jobs in the past (including chat show Knowing Me Knowing You) and has failed to bounce back from his long dead career. Each episode normally sees Alan resorting to embarrassing anecdotes, insulting someone without noticing and failing to revive his career. In Series One he lives in a motel after a divorce leaves him homeless.
Between promotional films for Norwich firms and his early (3am!)radio show, we see Alan ineptly flirting with the receptionist and sneaking larger plates into the breakfast buffet. By Series Two he has 'upgraded' to a mobile home next to his partially built new home and can't avoid delaying the builders' work on the house with his pedantic requests.moreless
British sketch comedy gets a makeover in this BBC2 show. Comedians David Mitchell and Robert Webb elicit laughs through a brilliant mix of mockumentaries, TV parodies, character sketches and more. In 2007, the first series won Best comedy programme or series at the BAFTA TV awards.moreless
Andrew Serkis and David Tennant star as Albert Einstein and Arthur Eddington, the most famous scientists of the 20th century. This BBC drama takes you back to 1919 to follow the relationship and progress of the two men as they prove the Theory of Relativity.moreless
Simon has always dreamed of escaping suburban Reading for a life amongst the "beautiful people" in New York. He yearns to be one of them and can't even open a fridge door without belting out a show tune. This six-part comedy series from the creator of Gimme Gimme Gimme and the producer of Absolutely Fabulous explores what it's truly like for all of us to be fabulous via starry ambition, youthful optimism and one very loving, yet very dysfunctional, family.moreless
This crime drama, starring the new Doctor Who actor Matt Smith, follows Scotland Yard detective DI Moses Jones (Shaun Parkes) and his junior Metropolitan Police partner DS Dan Twentyman (Matt Smith) as they investigate violent crimes across London. Written by Joe Penhall.moreless
"I know what you did..." The League Of Gentlemen's Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton return to BBC Two with a jaw-dropping new comedy serial. Bearing the chilling message "I know what you did..." the show includes characters such as an embittered one-handed clown; a desperately misguided midwife and a lovestruck telekinetic dwarf. Guest-stars in the first series include Dawn French, Eileen Atkins, Nicholas Le Prevost and David Bamber.moreless
Ever wanted to ask your favourite celebrities the tough questions? Louis Theroux does just that in When Louis Met... as he follows the nation's most eccentric celebrities around asking them the tough personal questions. The series aired on BBC Two from 2000 to 2002. Theroux ended the show in 2002, admitting it was difficult to obtain guests.moreless
This short documentary series was broadcast on BBC2 to coincide with the 30th anniversary of Star Trek. Each episode featured two celebrity fans who would discuss their favourite characters and themes. Clips from the various series were shown while the celebrities such as Jonathan Ross talked to the audience.moreless
Cruise of the Gods was one offBBC comedy drama which followed a fictional cruise for fans of The Children of Castor, an also fictional sci-fi television series. Twenty years after The Children of Castor was cancelled, members of the cast join a fan cruise as reluctant special guests. The series aired in 2002 and starred Rob Brydon as Andy Van Allen and Steve Coogan as Nick Lee.moreless
John Le Mesurier: It's All Been Rather Lovely features Michael Palin, Clive Dunn, Ian Lavender and others who contribute to this candid portrait of actor John Le Mesurier. Topics from his turbulent marriage to Hattie Jacques to his life-changing role as Sergeant Wilson in Dad's Army are discussed.moreless
Narrated by Stephen Fry, The Story of Light Entertainment tells the history of light entertainment on stage, radio and TV. Each episode focuses on a new topic, varying from comedians and chat shows to impressionists and entertainers. Stars of the small screen also contribute in this retrospective series.moreless
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