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More laddish in tone, and therefore more likely to suffer from the World Cup scheduling, was Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled on Dave...This bar-room-style show is brilliant, despite probably costing less than a pub round to produce. It consists of the
Colin Hutton/BBC/Big Talk The Ambassadors will not be recommissioned by BBC2 , the Radio Times reported this week , but the show could still return, reformatted as a drama . The show was one of the underrated gems of 2013 and it would be a shame not
Norway is constantly coming up with interesting innovations when it comes to television broadcasting. Now, it has come up with a great reality TV show, starring wild birds and the http://www.nrk.no/piipshow/a-squirrel-walks-into-a-bar_-
Sam Bain, one half of the duo behind Peep Show and Fresh Meat among other gems, has published a book. Bain wrote Your Truly, Pierre Stone 20 years ago when he was studying for an MA in Novel Writing at Manchester University, where he also met his
Gallery 29 and the Orlando CityArts Factory play host to a free "Peep Show." Orlando Artists Shirley Fox and Liz Watkins will be populating the walls with titillating works of art. The show will also feature an installation other artists'
Peep Show star Isy Suttie is set to star in a new musical about the woman who compiled the London A-Z street atlas. The actress, who plays Dobby in the Channel 4 sitcom, takes on the role of Phyllis Pearsall who claimed she had spent five years
Russell Brand has hit back at Robert Webb , claiming the comedian's Oxbridge education makes it harder for him to understand the need for a political revolution. Brand defended his stance after Webb attacked him in an open letter to the New Statesman
Media playback is unsupported on your device David Mitchell hints at future Peep Show reunion 23 October 2013 Last updated at 16:06 BST Although Peep Show is coming to an end after the ninth series, David Mitchell has hinted that all is not over yet.
Ambassadors- 9pm, BBC2 David Mitchell and Robert Webb star, but don't go expecting Peep Show this is comedy drama for a start, and the writer is James Woods, who created Rev. It's set in a central Asian republic, with Mitchell as Her Majesty's
The stars of Peep Show, Channel 4's consistently brilliant and enduring sitcom about a pair of loser thirtysomethings wasting their lives in a permanent state of arrested development in a dreary flat in Croydon, have surely never looked so elegant