2004 TV Moments, BBC1

by | Jan 22, 2005 | All, Reviews

1 – Jonathan Ross – “Strictly Come Dancing spawned a new catchphrase to be heard up and down the country: ‘Alright love, but only if I can watch Match Of The Day later’.”

2 – The clips of Mark E Smith and Shane McGowan, testimony to the hazards of a rock’n’roll lifestyle

3 – Jonathan Ross on Sarah Jessica Parker’s pathetic award acceptance speech – “What a day that was because she also romped home in the 3.15 at Kempton.”

4 – Jonathan Ross – “There’s an unbroken trend of top quality drama in this country, stretching right back to the works of Chaucer and the plays of Shakespeare, right up to the present day – Ross Kemp’s pretend SAS drama Ultimate Force. It’s like A Midsummer Night’s Dream with guns.”

5 – The victory of ITV1’s drama Dirty Filthy Love

6 – Jonathan Ross – “We’ve got Abi Titmus and Jodie Marsh here tonight which is good news for two lucky coach parties.”

7 – June Brown’s rambling speech about how she forgets names. “It took me six hours to think of Tom Conti last night.”

8 – Providing us with another opportunity to boo The Lovely Natasha Kaplinsky

9 – The clip of Richard Madeley’s 62-minute question to Bill Clinton about Monica via Richard’s shoplifting ordeal

10 – The clip of Kerry Young’s death in The Bill. Had us reaching for the tissues again.

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