Caroline Quentin.

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Comedians to appear in Celebrity Bake Off 2020

Russell Howard, Jenny Eclair, James Buckley, Joel Dommett, Caroline Quentin and Mo Gilligan will appear on The Great Celebrity Bake Off For Stand Up To Cancer.

British Comedy Guide, 27th February 2020

After a first half that's sleepy even by Doc Martin standards, this episode ends with two fine comic set pieces: first, a diagnosis battle with a vet (Caroline Quentin, reunited with her Men Behaving Badly co-star Martin Clunes), and then a layered misunderstanding involving a knife wound. Bloody good fun.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 6th November 2019

Jump the shark: Jonathan Creek

Alan Davies solved improbable crimes with wit and flair. Before, erm, getting a job in advertising.

The Guardian, 12th August 2019

Doc Martin review

The first five minutes of Doc Martin (ITV, Wednesday) always have a whiff of Casualty (BBC1, Saturday) about it.

David Stephenson, The Daily Express, 22nd October 2017

A particularly fine episode of a comedy-drama that has 5 million discerning fans. Yes, it's quaint and tells the same tale every time, but the array of reliably funny minor characters gives it more laugh-out-loud moments every week than most sitcoms. At its centre tonight is Caroline Quentin as the rogue veterinarian Angela, whose blase approach to both the disruptive behaviour and scarlet fever of her nephew Toby (Rocco Peacock) results in a classic DM clifftop caper.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 18th October 2017

20 facts for Jonathan Creek's 20th anniversary

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the first time that David Renwick's ingenious creation first hit our screens. To celebrate, here's a look at 20 things you may not know about everyone's favourite tousle-haired, windmill-dwelling amateur sleuth.

Jon O'Brien, Metro, 10th May 2017

5 ways to make 'Jonathan Creek' good again

Here's how it can, maybe, hopefully, get its magic back...

Rob Smedley, Cult Box, 8th August 2016

Neil Morrissey on MBB reunion: 'It's a pipe dream'

Neil Morrissey doesn't expect a full reunion of Men Behaving Badly to happen any time soon, though he'd love to team up with Martin Clunes, Caroline Quentin and Leslie Ash if the situation arose.

Tom Eames, Digital Spy, 19th February 2016