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This is a monologue interspersed with flashes of archive recordings – most fascinating of which are clips of Duke himself.
I’ve heard of three of this show’s “celebrities” – but judge Gregg Wallace is ever-resplendent, with his Snooker Loopy waistcoats and rictus smile, which makes him look like an egg with constipation.
First shown in May and early June, it recounts the history of a single house, 10 Guinea Street in Bristol.
The myth-busting show with more episodes than Star Wars.
It isn’t only thanks to the passage of time that Bennett-land seems so anachronistic now.
David Tennant and Michael Sheen play versions of themselves in this lo-fi production.
With countless sharp and memorable remarks on both activism and a public health crisis, ten-part series A Big Disease with a Little Name sounds stunningly apposite.
BBC One's latest blockbuster factual drama looks at the attempted assassination of Sergei and Yulia Skripal by Putin's Russia in 2018.
This is original and often exhilarating TV.
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The comedy allowed viewers to laugh openly at the people already demonised or neglected by society.