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Victoria Wood As Seen On TV

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BBC Two (ended 1986)

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Victoria Wood As Seen On TV

Show Summary

Victoria Wood, supported by four brilliant comedians, hosts this sketch and variety show. This team always surprises the viewer with new ideas and a brilliant transfer from the written text lines into their acting. The shows had many famous running jokes and famous characters. Often named as something of the best about this show is Victoria Wood's authentic dialogue.

Broadcasting details: Series One: 6 episodes (35 minutes). Aired from 11th January till 15th February 1985 on BBC2. Fridays 9pm. Series Two: 6 episodes (35 minutes). Aired from 10th November till 15th Dec 1986 on BBC2. Mondays 9.35pm.
Susie Blake

Susie Blake

Various Characters

Julie Walters

Julie Walters

Various Characters

Victoria Wood

Victoria Wood

Various Characters

Duncan Preston

Duncan Preston

Various Characters

Celia Imrie

Celia Imrie

Various Characters

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  • A decent sketch show, but with some problems

    5.0
    Victoria Wood is a funny comedienne, but this show unfortunetly does not quite live up to her comedic pedigree. It would start with some of her standup, then would feature a range of different sketches and the regular serial, Acorn Antiques. Now don't get me wrong, the sketches on this show are well written and it's all good, clean fun. But the real problem here is that most of the sketches are simply not funny. Let me put it this way: only one sketch in the entire two series broke me into hysterical laughter: the waitress sketch in Series 2, and even then that didn't have Victoria in it. Those of you who are major fans of Victoria Wood will undoubtedly love it, but as for me, I simply did not get a lot of the humor.moreless
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