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Argumental, Dave

Did we like it? Arguably, this is a very funny new comedy panel game. On the other hand, there are plenty of painfully unfunny moments. What was good about it? • The man with the mischievous smile, John Sergeant, is such a likeable chap (we gather he's going down a...

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When We Were Funniest, UKTV Gold

Did we like it? Generations thousands of years into the future may used these innumerable TV polls in much the same way as this generation follows the Bible – arranging arbitrary, uncorroborated fables founded on impulse, prejudice and stupidity into an ideal for...

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TV Now & Then, UKTV Gold

Did we like it? It took three whole people to devise this panel game about TV. Three people! And it is just about the flimsiest format you'll ever see. What was good about it? • It is mildly amusing. With Les Dennis as host that was the best one could hope for. •...

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Wogan: Now & Then, UKTV Gold

Did we like it? Terry’s return to our screens with a mishmash of new interviews and flashbacks to his BBC1 Wogan shows was uneven and lightweight. The format needs polishing if we’re to watch many more. What was good about it? • Christopher Lee, an actor with a wealth...

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Make Me A Hilton, UK Style

What to say if you liked it Enlighten yourself and learn to act with the grace and decorum of those better than you by right of birth. What to say if you didn’t like it Eleven human bullets fired into an empty skull of mindless etiquette under the control of Kathy...

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Joey, Five

What to say if you liked it A sparkling spin-off of Friends, in which the adorable Joey journeys to LA to fully realise his acting ambitions. What to say if you didn’t like it After the death of Friends all of its elements were considered too diseased with familiarity...

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The People’s Poll, UKTV G2

What’s it all about? To celebrate the 50th anniversary of marketing research, Al Murray presents a comparative analysis of how we lived in 1954 and the present day. What to say if you liked it An illuminating exercise in the differences that have evolved in 50 years...

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