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All In The Best Possible Taste With Grayson Perry was absolutely wonderful. Comedy-wise, Modern Family is a show that I followed from the start. Arrested Development was my favourite comedy of all time, and that's the show that has come closest to it.
lots of bull but sadly no Jim Bowen on the live tour. Photograph: ITV/Rex Features Bullseye , perhaps the best ever darts-based gameshow to be co-hosted by an obese glove-wearing cow in an unflattering polo shirt is back...The revived version won't
Dave Spikey is heading to Barrow with his latest show Words Don't Come Easy.(TRAVPR.COM) UK - March 15th, 2011 - Dave Spikey brings his new stand-up show to The Forum in
Jason Manford will bring his latest stand-up show to Bournemouth for two nights next month.(TRAVPR.COM) UK - February 15th, 2011 - Jason Manford is set to appear live in
is the annual awareness-raising campaign promoting inspirational vegetarian food and the benefits of a meat-free lifestyle. Celebrated by the Vegetarian Society since 1992, the Week is now an established event that gets bigger and better
TV Book Club It survived Richard and Judy's departure, but TV Book Club isn't exactly thriving in its solo slot As TV Book Club (Channel 4/More4) ends its first series without Richard and Judy, it's time to assess how a format that transformed
The fashionista is reviewing a selection of books alongside a celebrity panel. Gok has been critiquing the paperbacks with comedienne Jo Brand and Phoneix Nights actor Dave Spikey. He was nervous about dipping his toes into the world of literature. "
After a miserable Christmas that saw the MD of Waterstone's lose his job, there has been a glimmer of new year cheer for high street booksellers – the return of that great engine of sales (for the lucky featured authors, at least), Richard and Judy's
The TV Book Club will review "the most compelling reads for 2010" and be fronted by stars including stylist Gok Wan and comedian Jo Brand. It will air on digital channel More4, with repeats on Channel 4 the following lunchtime, from January 2010. The