#CrazyStupidTV: The HitList (BBC One, 25th May)

It's not unfair to say that there are two areas of programming the BBC have struggled greatly with in the last decade and a half. One: making Saturday night telly unmissable during those times of the year when Strictly Come Dancing isn't on the air. Two: making a show centred around pop music actually unmissable … Continue reading #CrazyStupidTV: The HitList (BBC One, 25th May)

Advertisements

Why ‘A Royal Team Talk’ is the most important TV show you’ll watch this year

BBC One devoted fifty minutes of its schedule on Sunday evening after the 10 O'Clock News to a programme featuring several well known footballers talking. Nothing new there, you would think. Except this time, it was of real importance, as they opened up a conversation that has long been needed in such a primetime slot. … Continue reading Why ‘A Royal Team Talk’ is the most important TV show you’ll watch this year

Bless you for watching: The best episodes of The Vicar Of Dibley

Ask me to name one of my all time favourite sitcoms, and unquestionably, Richard Curtis' classic BBC One staple from the 90s and 00s, The Vicar of Dibley, is somewhere in my top 5. The hilarious antics of the barmy country parish flock of St Barnabas, Dibley, in Oxfordshire, tended to by the show's titular … Continue reading Bless you for watching: The best episodes of The Vicar Of Dibley

#CrazyStupidTV: Celebrity Money for Nothing (BBC One, Weekdays)

I don't believe in having guilty pleasures. The very idea of the term just suggests snobbery of the highest order. Whether that's TV, music, books. If you enjoy something and it gives you pleasure, then who cares? Which is why I'm proud to say one of my new favourite shows on the box is one … Continue reading #CrazyStupidTV: Celebrity Money for Nothing (BBC One, Weekdays)