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The Kemps: All Gold review

Spandau Ballet turn Spinal Tap in the funniest TV show of the season.

Michael Hogan, The Telegraph, 29th December 2023

'The Kemps: All Gold' cast revealed

Music documentary spoof The Kemps: All Gold, a follow-up to the 2020 special The Kemps: All True, is coming to BBC Two this December. Guest stars include Christopher Eccleston, Adil Ray, Tamzin Outhwaite and Status Quo guitarist Francis Rossi.

British Comedy Guide, 16th November 2023

Eddie the Eagle review

The story of Eddie The Eagle is turned into an excellent family comedy drama by Dexter Fletcher.

Simon Brew, Den Of Geek, 10th March 2016

Rev series 3 to tackle gay marriage

New run of comedy will tackle serious issues and see the introduction of Dexter Fletcher and Kayvan Novak when it returns to BBC Two next month.

Ben Dowell, Radio Times, 21st February 2014

Peter Serafinowicz cast in 'The Muppets... Again'

Peter Serafinowicz and Dexter Fletcher will appear in The Muppets... Again.

Justin Harp, Digital Spy, 22nd March 2013

The ill-advised nature of mixing business with pleasure is the theme of tonight's White Van Man. The charming but flaky Darren attempts to pull off the feat of working with Olly (Will Mellor) on the house where he's just spent the night with the owner, Lucy - with neither Olly nor Lucy suspecting what he's doing. Emma, meanwhile, pitches one of Olly's business ideas to the errantly-haired Ian (Dexter Fletcher). It's Toast Office - a toast-themed restaurant with free champagne, "so you can toast your toast". It didn't start well, but this has been an endearingly surreal grower, mainly down to Joel Fry as Darren.

John Robinson, The Guardian, 5th April 2011

Misfits: season one, episode four

Curtis' superpower gives a glimpse of the Misfit's lives before the storm. Plus Dexter Fletcher turns up as Nathan's dad.

Richard Vine, The Guardian, 3rd December 2009

After being pushed back a week to make way for BBC One's five-day Torchwood special, Hotel Babylon returns to its normal slot and typically there's drama in the glitzy guesthouse. Emily (Alexandra Moen) is faced with her estranged father when he enters Babylon's poker tournament and then tries to force Sam (Nigel Harman) to sell the hotel to him. Meanwhile, Tony (Dexter Fletcher) and his doppelganger (a successful American author who is staying at Babylon) decide to swap places for the day.

Catherine Gee, The Telegraph, 17th July 2009

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