Another Case Of Milton Jones - Series 5
The man they call 'Britain's Funniest Milton' stars in his smash-hit Sony Award-winning show Another Case Of Milton Jones co-starring Tom Goodman-Hill (Ideal), Lucy Montgomery (Down The Line), Margaret Cabourn-Smith (Miranda), Ben Willbond (Horrible Histories), Dan Tetsell (Mongrels) & Dave Lamb (the voice of Come Dine With Me)
In each episode, Milton is a complete and utter expert at something - Astronomer, Diplomat, Undercover Journalist, Celebrity Gardener (!), Royal Speech Therapist or Lorry Driver - and in each episode, with absolutely no ability or competence, he plunges into a furiously funny and fast-paced adventure with utterly hilarious results.
In the first of the complete six episodes, move over Brian Cox, because Milton Jones is now a world-famous astronomer and seeker after scientific truth and accuracy. Typical Sagittarian. Part 2 and Milton is an International Diplomat who is on the run after leaking all the UN's emails - except for the Swiss ones, which were far too dull. In the next episode, he crosses stamens with a deadly rival in the vicious cutthroat world of gardening, and in Part 4, in a little tribute to a slightly well-known film, Milton becomes the Royal Speech Therapist. And so he helps a Prince find his voice and a King find his pomegranates. After that Milton Jones is the king of the world of refrigerated haulage with his very own fleet of iced lorries, and where he has to face a bitter rival more deadly than one of his mum's transport caff's all-day breakfasts. And in the final part, Milton becomes Britain's best-known undercover journalist. Which means that Milton also becomes Britain's most least-effective undercover journalist...
First released: Saturday 3rd December 2011
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