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Ruby Speaking review

Ruby Speaking is built on gentleness, both of the characters and of the action, and it may be quite a big ask for a streaming show to hope audiences stick with the show and warm to its laid-back pace.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 22nd June 2023

Hullraisers announces Series 2 cast

Tom Bennett (PhoneShop) and Sam Swainsbury (Mum) have been announced to join the regular cast in Hullraisers Series 2.

British Comedy Guide, 28th April 2023

Katherine Kelly leads supporting cast in Jayde Adams sitcom

The full cast for Jayde Adams's ITVX sitcom Ruby Speaking has been revealed, including Katherine Kelly and Sam Swainsbury.

British Comedy Guide, 20th January 2023

Mum, Series 3 finale, BBC Two review

Tears of laughter and sadness.

Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk, 20th June 2019

Mum review: Cathy & Michael's relationship like Brexit

We are still kept guessing about the status of Cathy's love life in the third and final series of BBC2's family sitcom Mum, which stars Lesley Manville as a bereaved widow embarking on a new relationship.

Sean O'Grady, The Independent, 15th May 2019

Mum - A love letter to a comedy

As with every series ending, I was quite trepidatious about the conclusion to Mum and how Golaszewski would handle the characters he clearly cares for dearly.

Matt Donnelly, The Custard TV, 15th May 2019

Mum: Is there hope for a happy ending?

You might not expect a sitcom about a grieving widow's love life to be the brainchild of a man under 40 but BBC Two's Mum isn't your usual comedy drama.

Emma Saunders, BBC, 9th May 2019

Fisherman's Friends filming in Port Isaac

Filming has begun on new British movie Fisherman's Friends. The comedy focuses on the true story of a group of singing fishermen who land a record deal.

British Comedy Guide, 9th May 2018

Mum: season two finale review

Would Cathy and Michael's on-off romance finally be well and truly on? The finale kept us guessing till the end.

Sarah Hughes, The Guardian, 27th March 2018

Mum, episode 6, Fireworks Night, BBC2 review

This episode is ultimately about Cathy and Michael.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 27th March 2018

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