Marley's Ghosts. Michael Walton (Nicholas Burns). Copyright: John Stanley Productions.

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The re-evaluation game: Nathan Barley

If you want to remain having fond memories of the show it's probably best if you only watch the first four episodes.

Alex Finch, Comedy To Watch, 2nd March 2020

Review: The Taylors and Censored

Radio 2's Funny Fortnight of comedy pilots kicked off last night with the most traditional of sitcom ideas: a clash of classes.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 24th April 2018

20 of the most absurdly funny quotes from Nathan Barley

It might have been an under-the-radar ratings flop when it aired on late night Channel 4 back in 2005, but Nathan Barley lives on in pop culture memory.

Nick Mitchell, i Newspaper, 6th April 2018

Shane Richie to star in Radio 2 sitcom

Shane Richie is amongst the stars signed up for The Taylors, a new BBC Radio 2 sitcom pilot from Two Doors Down writer Simon Carlyle.

British Comedy Guide, 12th March 2018

Filming under way on BBC Three series Wannabe

Filming has started on Wannabe, the new BBC Three series built around People Just Do Nothing star Lily Brazier.

British Comedy Guide, 9th February 2018

Lily Brazier to star in BBC Three sitcom Wannabe

People Just Do Nothing star Lily Brazier has made Wannabe, a new sitcom pilot for BBC Three.

British Comedy Guide, 26th July 2017

Nicholas Burns to return to Benidorm?

Nicholas Burns made a brief return to 'Benidorm' in 2014 but has admitted he's really like to make another appearance soon.

Female First, 26th March 2017

Series two, and scatty magistrate Marley (Sarah Alexander) still hasn't got the hang of other people not being able to see her unhelpful undead companions (John Hannah, Jo Joyner and Nicholas Burns). When she's not arguing with them in public and looking mad, they're pushing her into genteel farce, this week involving the stuffy local residents association. A nicely made sitcom with an enviable cast, although the awkward premise is a ball and chain.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 19th October 2016