My Family

Posted in TV, Radio & Film on August, 20 2003 2:41 PM

In our experience BBC 1's prime-time sit-com "My Family", starring Robert Lindsay and Zoe Wanamaker, is a true case of love it or hate it.  Many praise it's humourous portrait of family ...
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Sarah's Unofficial Two Pints Site

Posted in TV, Radio & Film on July, 08 2003 2:55 PM

The BBC comedy series Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps seems to be going from strength to strength, with a new series currently being aired.  You can catch the series on BBC2, ...
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What a Carry On

Posted in TV, Radio & Film on May, 28 2003 6:13 PM

The Carry Ons are as much part of the British way of life as something like Fish and Chips or Seaside Postcards, and postcard humour is the underlying influence in the Carry Ons. Started at the ...
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Hooky Street

Posted in TV, Radio & Film on February, 14 2003 12:27 AM

At Funny.co.uk we used to ask our registered users to tell us their favourite comedian and TV comedy when they signed up. Despite the American sit-com onslaught of such series as Friends, The Simp ...
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Whispers From Walmington

Posted in TV, Radio & Film on February, 14 2003 12:25 AM

A site dedicated to the classic British comedy series Dad's Army. Features include an episode guide, actor/actress database, book reviews, video and tape listings, a gallery with over a thousand i ...
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The British Comedy Library

Posted in TV, Radio & Film on February, 14 2003 12:20 AM

This .net magazine 'HotSpot' site is a great resource for British humour fans. They've got detailed FAQ's on greats like Ben Elton, Rik Mayal and Ade Edmenson, stuff on 'The Young Ones' and 'The T ...
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Vic and Bob

Posted in TV, Radio & Film on February, 14 2003 12:18 AM

A well designed page devoted to, and I quote, the "Best comedy duo ever". A good collection of graphics and sounds feature, as would be expected, most of which are apparently unique to this site! ...
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Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Posted in TV, Radio & Film on February, 14 2003 12:16 AM

Right from it's early days on Radio "Whose Line Is It Anyway" has always had a loyal following that has just kept on growing. This following has spread onto the net with many fans of the show uplo ...
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