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I felt the urge to talk about British television comedy for a bit after seeing a trio of shows: The Thick of It, Hyperdrive and Tittybangbang. The Thick of It is extremely sharp political satire, first shown on BBC 4 and now making it to BBC 2, masterminded by Armando Iannucci, a man who was part of The Day Today…

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I read recently, via the NewsAskew site, that Kevin Smith is doing one of the voices in a film called Doogal. It turns out that the film is The Magic Roundabout, retitled for the American audience. I’ve inserted a poster of the film to the right. As you can see, the characters are of the same weighting, suggesting that the…

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Four episodes in, and I’m still liking Desperate Housewives. Smart writing, good acting and an intriguing mystery to keep you coming back, all adding up to a very pleasant way to spend an hour with mainstream television. It’s good to see a series where the leads are women and, as a man, it’s nice that they are so attractive. It’s…

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It’s not just me who doesn’t like BBC1’s Friday prime time comedy, According to Bex; this Chortle item reveals diminishing viewers. This is a shame for one notable reason: Jessica Stevenson. One half of Spaced, the greatest sitcom ever, Jess is presumably going for a mainstream audience (seeing as the film route taken by her co-conspirator, Simon Pegg, with Shaun…

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Some Chris Morris news in this Observer profile [EDIT: broken link]. Chris Morris is a modern comedy god, from radio’s On The Hour, television’s The Day Today (a news parody so accurately scary and prophetic, I can no longer watch news programmes seriously) and the infamous Brass Eye, and now he’s going to be bringing us a sitcom, for which…

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