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Review: Worzel Gummidge: Saucy Nancy

Worzel Gummidge is a celebration of the days when children could play out all day, carefree.

Anita Singh, The Telegraph, 24th December 2020

Review: Worzel Gummidge: Saucy Nancy

Mackenzie Crook's whimsical adaptation returns with another tremendous one-off.

Morgan Jeffery, Radio Times, 24th December 2020

Stephen Fry & Joanna Lumley in top 10 voices poll

In a poll commissioned by Virgin Media, Stephen Fry came second when the public were asked what was the nation's favourite voice, while Joanna Lumley came third. David Attenborough came first.

Ellie Harrison, The Independent, 7th December 2020

Brian Blessed interview

Dressed in pyjamas and wellies, the great actor talks about his astronaut training in Russia, the original Cats - and putting his might behind his daughter Rosalind's very personal plays.

Mark Lawson, The Guardian, 13th January 2020

Nish Kumar voices horse in museum exhibit

The Mash Report host is to lend his authoritative tones to an elite horse as part of a forthcoming museum exhibition about the Beasts of London.

Chortle, 5th February 2019

Till Death Us Do Part - Blu-ray review

The immortal character of Alf Garnett as played by Warren Mitchell represents a section of society that's never allowed to be part of British culture any longer - the aspirational and patriotic working classes.

Greg Jameson, Entertainment Focus, 2nd February 2019

Ten memorable Room 101 moments

As host Frank Skinner announces that 'Room 101 is dead', we look back at some memorable moments from the show

Chortle, 25th July 2018

In a Christmas instalment of Alan Davies's rambling chatshow - the guests just talk at random, the title of the show being decided at the end; so "Christmas" is perhaps a strong contender this time around - the Reverend Richard Coles, EastEnder Jo Joyner and comedians Jason Manford and Joe Lycett get together at the round table. There is talk of donning Santa outfits, chimney fires, having a curry on Christmas Day and a wonderful story about Brian Blessed. But then, aren't they all?

Bim Adewunmi, The Guardian, 23rd December 2015