Posts Tagged ‘Stephanie Cole’

Scarborough Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – BBC sitcom

Scarborough did have a couple of things against when I first heard about it: While I loved the first two series of Derren Litten‘s Benidorm – which were 30-minutes per episode and was packed with comedy, he then switched it to hour-long episodes which felt limp by comparison, and so, series 3 competely lost me. […]

Gentleman Jack Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Suranne Jones

Gentleman Jack begins in 1832, and sees Suranne Jones (Save Me, Scott and Bailey, Doctor Foster) take the lead of landowner Anne Lister, who’s trying to transform her family estate, so it’s a bit like a 19th Century Homes Under The Hammer… possibly. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation […]

Dead Line – Inside No.9 Halloween 2018 Special – The DVDfever Review

Dead Line is a one-off Inside No.9 special for Halloween 2018, as Arthur Flitwick (Steve Pemberton) found a mobile phone in the graveyard and wanted to reunite it with its owner once a friend of theirs, Moira O’Keefe (Stephanie Cole), called up. NOTE: Beyond this, I will mention a number of elements of the episode […]

Man Down Series 3 Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Man Down has returned for a third series and I thought it was a fourth, given (a) the length of time the programme has been around, and (b) so much is packed into each episode that there’s far more comedy than most other shows. It’s a bit like Cadbury’s “glass-and-a-half of milk” into their Dairy […]

Still Open All Hours – full series confirmed

If there was one thing I thought that didn’t need to be shown on TV over Christmas, it was a one-off revival of the Ronnie Barker/David Jason comedy which ran from 1976 to 1985 across four series, Open All Hours. I ended up seeing most of the episode and it was pretty lame. However, if […]

Still Open All Hours trailer: Christmas Special 2013

By complete contrast, the one thing that looks like a definite miss is a return for G-G-G-Granville in Still Open All Hours, a continuation of the comedy series featuring David Jason, which used to also feature Ronnie Barker when it ran from 1976 to 1985 across four series. I can understand them wanting to bring […]

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