Danny Baker knows what he will be doing for the first minute of his new stand-up show on Wednesday. That first minute is sorted. Locked in. For the remaining 89 minutes, however, he has no idea what he is going to say.Neil Armstrong, The Telegraph, 30th January 2017
This hugely enjoyable show is a two-hour romp through Vic and Bob's greatest hits.Neil Armstrong, The Telegraph, 31st January 2016
If the lyrics of the 1986 hit Snooker Loopy stir fond memories of that improbable period when snooker was the biggest thing on TV and the waistcoated men who played it were household names, you'll enjoy The Rack Pack.Neil Armstrong, The Telegraph, 17th January 2016
30 Million Minutes is more tragi-comedy than straightforward laugh-fest.Neil Armstrong, The Telegraph, 13th November 2015
The star of new sitcom Bull tells Neil Armstrong about women's rights, working with Polanski, and why her daughter has forbidden her from using Facebook.Neil Armstrong, The Telegraph, 19th October 2015
Silly ideas other sketch shows wouldn't consider, written and performed with care and expertise other sketch shows cannot match: that's this series in a nutshell.
Tonight! A time traveller goes back to 1969 to kill Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice before they can finish Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. We ask Buzz Aldrin what Neil Armstrong really said when he stepped onto the Moon. Plus, the Amish Sex Pistols.
It's all great, with Kevin Eldon's bold decision to be at the centre of everything giving it an extra bit of authored uniqueness.Jack Seale, Radio Times, 31st March 2013