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    An Idiot Abroad

    An Idiot Abroad

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    On a podcast, Karl Pilkington admitted that he doesn't see the fuss about the Seven Wonders of the World, despite never going to see even one of them. Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant respond by sending him around the world to experience the Wonders for himself. An Idiot Abroad, filmed in high definition, is the documentary travelogue series that covers Pilkington's journey as he visits landmarks like the Great Wall of China and the Great Pyramids of Egypt. An Idiot Abroad originally aired in the UK on Sky One before being picked up by the Science Channel in the U.S. in 2011.moreless
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    Mile High

    Mile High

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    Fresh! is a fledgling budget airline and fresh are the faces you'll find on it. Mile High is the story of the flight crew of this young airline company. In this energetic, sexy and riveting series, be prepared for a bumpy ride as the pilots and crew of the airplane maneuver their way through the skies and through their lives. Find out what the crew gets up to both in and out of uniform, in the air and on the ground. Join in their travels around the world and get an insight into their lives in the London home they share. In Season 2, Mile High promises turmoil, romance, guest stars and chaos as the hapless staff at Fresh! merge with superior long-haul operator Goldstar.The amalgamation of the two companies into Fresh Global sets off a warning light for the Fresh! team, who fear redundancies in the name of streamlining. On top of that, there are new crew members to get to know, including Captain Dan Peterson (Luke Roberts) who will be setting hearts aflutter as the new heartthrob in the cockpit. He's been playing around with ‘Little Miss Perfect' Rachel Potter (Emma-Jane Portch), a purser from Goldstar. Through a haze of fake tan, Lorna (Katy Edwards) makes her entrance as a new stewardess. The regular Mile High characters return. Lehann (Naomi Ryan) is giving up men after a disastrous run of bad luck in love, but her flat mates Poppy (Stacey Cadman) and Will (Adam Sinclair) are both still holding a torch for Marco (Tom Wisdom). He's with Poppy, despite being in love with Janis (Jo-Anne Knowles), the purser from hell, who in turn is still hoping Captain Croker (Christopher Villiers) will change his womanizing ways and settle down with her.moreless
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    Terry Pratchett's Going Postal

    Terry Pratchett's Going Postal

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    This adaptation of Sir Terry Prachetts novel of the same name features an all-star cast in a gripping story of love and vengeance.
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    Trollied

    Trollied

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    This Sky1 comedy follows the everyday lives of staff at the Warrington branch of Valco, a fictional supermarket.
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    Spy

    Spy

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    Sky1 (ended 2012)
    Tim, a single father, desperately wants to win back the respect of his son - so he quits his job and becomes a trainee spy for MI5.
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    Starlings

    Starlings

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    Starlings is a 2012 British comedy on the SKY 1 channel. Terry Starling (Brendan Coyle) and his wife, Jan (Lesley Sharp), have their working-class Derbyshire home full with their three teenage children: tomboy and football fan Charlie (Finn Atkins), socially shy Gravy (John Dagleish) and new mom, Bell (Rebecca Night) and her baby. But the Starlings decide to make room for one more, when Granddad (Alan Williams), Terry's father, gets thrown out of his retirement home for bad behavior.moreless
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    A League of Their Own

    A League of Their Own

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    James Corden hosts this sports quiz show, in which two teams of celebrities are quizzed about how much their know on the subject. The teams are captained by former cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff (Blue Team) and former footballer Jamie Redknapp. From the fifth series the only regular panelist is comedian Jack Whitehall on the Blue Team. For the first four series the regular panelists were Sky Sports presenter Georgie Thompson (Blue) and Liverpudlian comedian John Bishop (Red), the latter still making the occasional appearance.moreless
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    A Touch of Cloth

    A Touch of Cloth

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    Parody of every British crime drama you have ever seen. A Touch of Cloth stars John Hannah and Suranne Jones, first series features special guest appearance by Julian Rhind-Tutt. Title is a play on long-running detective drama A Touch of Frost and hints also at British euphemism for soiling oneself. Series teams up constantly drinking maverick DCI Jack Cloth who still mourns the tragic death of his wife and young np-nonsense DC Anne Oldman. The pair starts investigating a series of violent murders, using every cliche seen in crime dramas. A second two-part season is currently in production and airs in august 2013. It has announced that there will also be a third season, forming a trilogy of Touch of Cloth mysteries.moreless
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    Wall of Fame

    Wall of Fame

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    Sky1 (ended 2011)
    David Walliams hosts this new panel show, in which two teams of celebrities unite to talk about the latest gossip gripping the nation. Each episode starts with the unveiling of a giant "wall of fame", which has 25 famous faces on it that will form the focal point for the show. Each picture equates to a line of questioning.moreless
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    Crash Test Dummies

    Crash Test Dummies

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    Witness life as a crash test dummy in this over-the-top comedy series on Sky One. A series of tests or experiments using real humans. The show is split into segments each one consisting of an experiment or contest. The show is displayed as a comedy. There are moments in the show where banter between the participants over takes the serious nature of the experiments. The format is much like MTV series ' Jackass,' but with real science behind the 'stunts.' As a result there is a mixed bag here. Some experiments are amazing such as how thick ice has to be before a bullet can't pass through it, too an egg and spoon race. The show is never crude, lude or insulting and is easy going family viewing.moreless