© When scriptwriter Tony Warren pitched his kitchen-sink drama to Granada, who’d have thought it would still be going strong 60 years later – the world’s longest-running soap and central to ITV’s success? Establishing its leading lights as geek savants par excellence, Spaced was on the surface a simple flatshare sitcom. After the calamitous Fame Academy, the BBC was desperate for a show to rival Simon Cowell’s all-conquering shiny-floor shows on ITV. Lucas Sullivan, The shows: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power and Castlevania, I was cautiously curious about She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, especially as I have fond memories watching the original series (on VHS tape, no less). And so it proved in this sextet of plays in which the protagonists’ often rather tragic lives are enmeshed within Bennett’s idiosyncratic, detailed writing. Ronnies Barker and Corbett spent nearly 20 years in this seemingly old-fashioned sketch show, which nevertheless displayed their genius for verbal gymnastics (four candles) and lavishly filmed serials of which The Phantom Raspberryblower of old London Town remains a highlight.

Anyone who doesn't have "it" (the knack for seduction) is a loser. Spinning off from the 1983-set film, Shane Meadows broadened and deepened the storytelling to embrace fringe characters and, in the process, forge some of the most indelibly affecting (and often heavily improvised) scenes in recent years of British television. Landmark documentary is an over-used term but Kenneth Clark’s series really was, giving audiences a thorough, erudite (if rather patrician to modern eyes) series of lectures on the history of western art, architecture and philosophy. There’s a galaxy for Whovians to explore here, from early gems when William Hartnell first encountered the Daleks and Cybermen, through to the current adventures starring Peter Capaldi. Read our review. Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer, Golden Joystick Awards 2020 - join us on November 24th, The world's number one sci-fi, fantasy and horror magazine. This sublime political sitcom still feels fresh, thanks to co-creators Jonathan Lynn and Peter Jay’s sharp ear for the absurdities of Whitehall speech.

Killing Eve made me falls for a Russian psychopath, Castle Rock had me fascinated - and at one point sobbing - and American Horror Story: Apocalypse was a return to form for the occasionally wobbly franchise.

Believing the charade would only be played for the duration of the parents' visit, all agreed on the plan. Through the eyes of three women, each living in a different era of the 20th century, the audience gains insight into the torments of depression and repressed sexual feelings. Little did anyone know that the old Chinese Tradition required a boastful wedding banquet, all paid and insisted upon by an old family friend.

Hired to read to the disabled, the elderly and the bored, Constance creates, fulfills and participates in her employers' fantasies and peculiar dreams. A genuine trailblazer, One Born Every Minute set the trend for Channel 4’s “fixed rig” documentary series, ditching voiceovers and editorial intrusion for more organic storytelling, courtesy of cameras fixed around a maternity ward. Armando Iannucci’s fearsome fly-on-the-wall political satire is about the advisers and incompetents who prowl the corridors of Westminster power, waiting for the next ministerial “omnishambles”. Nothing at all in the event, as David Jason’s conservative Cambridge porter and Ian Richardson’s reforming Master wrestle for the soul of Porterhouse College through the mediums of canteens, contraceptive machines and female students. I was once again sucked in by the lovable main character, the slightly unbelievable hijinks, and OMG THAT ENDING!!! Perhaps the most baffling TV series ever made, this drama saw Patrick McGoohan as a former secret agent who is captured and held in a strange coastal village (real-life Portmeirion in Wales) where he is chased by a giant white ball when he attempts to escape. Before transmission it was seen by some within the BBC as an expensive folly, but viewers and critics were soon in raptures. Once again set in a small Cotswold village, this funny, well-observed comedy saw the two cousins attempt to get jobs and try not to annoy their scary neighbour Mandy (Ashley McGuire). Remind yourself of its joy and genius. GET A COPY . Regardless of appearance, ethnicity, age or gender, everyone appears to be free game for the hooligans. See David Bowie performing Starman - one of the show's most iconic moments - here.

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© When scriptwriter Tony Warren pitched his kitchen-sink drama to Granada, who’d have thought it would still be going strong 60 years later – the world’s longest-running soap and central to ITV’s success? Establishing its leading lights as geek savants par excellence, Spaced was on the surface a simple flatshare sitcom. After the calamitous Fame Academy, the BBC was desperate for a show to rival Simon Cowell’s all-conquering shiny-floor shows on ITV. Lucas Sullivan, The shows: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power and Castlevania, I was cautiously curious about She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, especially as I have fond memories watching the original series (on VHS tape, no less). And so it proved in this sextet of plays in which the protagonists’ often rather tragic lives are enmeshed within Bennett’s idiosyncratic, detailed writing. Ronnies Barker and Corbett spent nearly 20 years in this seemingly old-fashioned sketch show, which nevertheless displayed their genius for verbal gymnastics (four candles) and lavishly filmed serials of which The Phantom Raspberryblower of old London Town remains a highlight.

Anyone who doesn't have "it" (the knack for seduction) is a loser. Spinning off from the 1983-set film, Shane Meadows broadened and deepened the storytelling to embrace fringe characters and, in the process, forge some of the most indelibly affecting (and often heavily improvised) scenes in recent years of British television. Landmark documentary is an over-used term but Kenneth Clark’s series really was, giving audiences a thorough, erudite (if rather patrician to modern eyes) series of lectures on the history of western art, architecture and philosophy. There’s a galaxy for Whovians to explore here, from early gems when William Hartnell first encountered the Daleks and Cybermen, through to the current adventures starring Peter Capaldi. Read our review. Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer, Golden Joystick Awards 2020 - join us on November 24th, The world's number one sci-fi, fantasy and horror magazine. This sublime political sitcom still feels fresh, thanks to co-creators Jonathan Lynn and Peter Jay’s sharp ear for the absurdities of Whitehall speech.

Killing Eve made me falls for a Russian psychopath, Castle Rock had me fascinated - and at one point sobbing - and American Horror Story: Apocalypse was a return to form for the occasionally wobbly franchise.

Believing the charade would only be played for the duration of the parents' visit, all agreed on the plan. Through the eyes of three women, each living in a different era of the 20th century, the audience gains insight into the torments of depression and repressed sexual feelings. Little did anyone know that the old Chinese Tradition required a boastful wedding banquet, all paid and insisted upon by an old family friend.

Hired to read to the disabled, the elderly and the bored, Constance creates, fulfills and participates in her employers' fantasies and peculiar dreams. A genuine trailblazer, One Born Every Minute set the trend for Channel 4’s “fixed rig” documentary series, ditching voiceovers and editorial intrusion for more organic storytelling, courtesy of cameras fixed around a maternity ward. Armando Iannucci’s fearsome fly-on-the-wall political satire is about the advisers and incompetents who prowl the corridors of Westminster power, waiting for the next ministerial “omnishambles”. Nothing at all in the event, as David Jason’s conservative Cambridge porter and Ian Richardson’s reforming Master wrestle for the soul of Porterhouse College through the mediums of canteens, contraceptive machines and female students. I was once again sucked in by the lovable main character, the slightly unbelievable hijinks, and OMG THAT ENDING!!! Perhaps the most baffling TV series ever made, this drama saw Patrick McGoohan as a former secret agent who is captured and held in a strange coastal village (real-life Portmeirion in Wales) where he is chased by a giant white ball when he attempts to escape. Before transmission it was seen by some within the BBC as an expensive folly, but viewers and critics were soon in raptures. Once again set in a small Cotswold village, this funny, well-observed comedy saw the two cousins attempt to get jobs and try not to annoy their scary neighbour Mandy (Ashley McGuire). Remind yourself of its joy and genius. GET A COPY . Regardless of appearance, ethnicity, age or gender, everyone appears to be free game for the hooligans. See David Bowie performing Starman - one of the show's most iconic moments - here.

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Delighting and appalling those it lampooned, it doubles as a sort of Yes, Minster for hacks.

“Norman Stanley Fletcher, you are an habitual criminal who accepts arrest as an occupational hazard and presumably accepts imprisonment in the same casual manner…” Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais’ prison sitcom remains one of the all-time greats. Street wise "Lily" was used and abused by men since she was a teenager working in her father's low rent drinking joint. For fans of the comedic national treasure, Heinz Erhardt, this will be a treat. Each episode is effectively a short play, with a self-contained story, entirely new characters and fresh setting, and all starring Pemberton or Shearsmith, usually both, along with high-profile guest actors. Suits hooked us in us so quickly and effectively I can’t actually remember how we chose to give it a go, but, eight seasons later, here we are. Luckily, servant sidekick Baldrick always has a cunning plan. This mockumentary written by and starring siblings Daisy May Cooper and Charlie Cooper recently completed its third and final series. Its finest moments are still cited today, notably the debate over made-up drug 'cake' in the Commons, while the 2001 paedophile special remains one of British television’s bravest, most wince-inducing and hilarious satires, an hour of non-stop chutzpah. I didn’t mean to watch pretty much an entire season in one go, it just sort of happened. The only time stand-up Dylan Moran’s unique brand of misanthropic whimsy has really been effectively captured on the small screen, this engagingly surreal sitcom pivots on the nihilistic rantings of bookshop owner Bernard Black (Moran), while Bill Bailey and Tamsin Greig provide charm of a innocent and manic kind respectively as Bernard’s assistant and oldest friend. The average sketch is about 4 or 5 minutes in length, complete with set-up, story and punch line. Writer Sally Wainwright’s superlative double Bafta-winning police drama. “My father liked to watch the ­wrestling, my mother liked to wrestle.” So begins Jeanette Winterson's skilful adaptation of her own prize-winning novel. Jodie Comer's Villanelle in Killing Eve is 2018's best TV character; irresistible, immaculate and repulsive. The wincingly accurate news parody aired for just six episodes in 1994 but became hugely influential – both on comedy and current affairs coverage. We share our most-binged TV of 2018 below, and we'd love to hear what you watched most in 2018, from big water cooler TV blockbusters to guilty pleasure viewing. The adventures of one boy through the centuries and religions old and new, mixed with a ripe character turn from Robert Stephens as arch-villain Abner Brown, cast an irresistible spell. Half the nation watched Corrie at its peak and the cobbled streets around the Rovers Return are part of British culture.

© When scriptwriter Tony Warren pitched his kitchen-sink drama to Granada, who’d have thought it would still be going strong 60 years later – the world’s longest-running soap and central to ITV’s success? Establishing its leading lights as geek savants par excellence, Spaced was on the surface a simple flatshare sitcom. After the calamitous Fame Academy, the BBC was desperate for a show to rival Simon Cowell’s all-conquering shiny-floor shows on ITV. Lucas Sullivan, The shows: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power and Castlevania, I was cautiously curious about She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, especially as I have fond memories watching the original series (on VHS tape, no less). And so it proved in this sextet of plays in which the protagonists’ often rather tragic lives are enmeshed within Bennett’s idiosyncratic, detailed writing. Ronnies Barker and Corbett spent nearly 20 years in this seemingly old-fashioned sketch show, which nevertheless displayed their genius for verbal gymnastics (four candles) and lavishly filmed serials of which The Phantom Raspberryblower of old London Town remains a highlight.

Anyone who doesn't have "it" (the knack for seduction) is a loser. Spinning off from the 1983-set film, Shane Meadows broadened and deepened the storytelling to embrace fringe characters and, in the process, forge some of the most indelibly affecting (and often heavily improvised) scenes in recent years of British television. Landmark documentary is an over-used term but Kenneth Clark’s series really was, giving audiences a thorough, erudite (if rather patrician to modern eyes) series of lectures on the history of western art, architecture and philosophy. There’s a galaxy for Whovians to explore here, from early gems when William Hartnell first encountered the Daleks and Cybermen, through to the current adventures starring Peter Capaldi. Read our review. Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer, Golden Joystick Awards 2020 - join us on November 24th, The world's number one sci-fi, fantasy and horror magazine. This sublime political sitcom still feels fresh, thanks to co-creators Jonathan Lynn and Peter Jay’s sharp ear for the absurdities of Whitehall speech.

Killing Eve made me falls for a Russian psychopath, Castle Rock had me fascinated - and at one point sobbing - and American Horror Story: Apocalypse was a return to form for the occasionally wobbly franchise.

Believing the charade would only be played for the duration of the parents' visit, all agreed on the plan. Through the eyes of three women, each living in a different era of the 20th century, the audience gains insight into the torments of depression and repressed sexual feelings. Little did anyone know that the old Chinese Tradition required a boastful wedding banquet, all paid and insisted upon by an old family friend.

Hired to read to the disabled, the elderly and the bored, Constance creates, fulfills and participates in her employers' fantasies and peculiar dreams. A genuine trailblazer, One Born Every Minute set the trend for Channel 4’s “fixed rig” documentary series, ditching voiceovers and editorial intrusion for more organic storytelling, courtesy of cameras fixed around a maternity ward. Armando Iannucci’s fearsome fly-on-the-wall political satire is about the advisers and incompetents who prowl the corridors of Westminster power, waiting for the next ministerial “omnishambles”. Nothing at all in the event, as David Jason’s conservative Cambridge porter and Ian Richardson’s reforming Master wrestle for the soul of Porterhouse College through the mediums of canteens, contraceptive machines and female students. I was once again sucked in by the lovable main character, the slightly unbelievable hijinks, and OMG THAT ENDING!!! Perhaps the most baffling TV series ever made, this drama saw Patrick McGoohan as a former secret agent who is captured and held in a strange coastal village (real-life Portmeirion in Wales) where he is chased by a giant white ball when he attempts to escape. Before transmission it was seen by some within the BBC as an expensive folly, but viewers and critics were soon in raptures. Once again set in a small Cotswold village, this funny, well-observed comedy saw the two cousins attempt to get jobs and try not to annoy their scary neighbour Mandy (Ashley McGuire). Remind yourself of its joy and genius. GET A COPY . Regardless of appearance, ethnicity, age or gender, everyone appears to be free game for the hooligans. See David Bowie performing Starman - one of the show's most iconic moments - here.

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