The Armstrong and Miller Show has an eclectic mix of characters ranging from Rasta-speaking Second World War RAF pilots, a dentist that loves to tell you where he has previously had his hands while delving deep into a patient's mouth, and not to mention the weekly dregs of society that get interviewed only to reveal they became a teacher - hilarious.

It is hard to create a seamless entertaining comedy sketch show, but Armstrong and Miller for my money have done just that. The huge diversity of characters and the quality of script-writing pours effortlessly through the 42-inch plasma and washes over the reality-fatigued viewer. Pleasure could only really be increased by a glass of Pimms. A great transition to the BBC and a loss for Channel 4.

Mark Lawrence, Broadcast, 12th December 2007