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The more po-faced listener could take this new comedy series as a serious treatise on heeding the warnings of environmentalists. Its central concept is that any person is capable of accidentally causing the apocalypse by just one seemingly harmless act that snowballs to cataclysmic proportions. I would hate to call any RT readers po-faced and so heartily recommend that you just wallow in the hilarious moments as we are guided by narrator David Soul to follow ordinary bloke Ian - the ever-dependable Simon Day - as an incident with a lamb shank leads to the deaths of everyone on Earth. It's all wrapped up in a brilliant Shawshank Redemption parody featuring an off-the-wall Felix Dexter in the Morgan Freeman sage-old-timer role.

David Crawford, Radio Times, 15th December 2010

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