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The Cockfields review

I was hysterical with laughter watching this Diane Morgan-starring series from David Earl and Joe Wilkinson.

Rachel Cooke, The New Statesman, 22nd March 2023

Six of UKTV's top ten shows now originals

Dave's Meet The Richardsons and Mel Giedroyc: Unforgivable were among the top ten.

Jon Creamer, Televisual, 14th January 2022

The Cockfields review

I was a bit confused by the first episode of the second series of The Cockfields... And not just because Simon has a new partner... I was more confused by the fact that this was billed as a comedy.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 9th November 2021

Gregor Fisher interview

Gregor Fisher on life after Rab C Nesbitt and replacing Bobby Ball in The Cockfields.

Brian Beacom, The Herald, 6th November 2021

Series 2 of The Cockfields filming on Isle of Wight

Crews arrived on the Island on Sunday and will spend the week travelling around to a number of different locations, including Sandown, Ryde and Ventnor. Today (Tuesday) the production is filming beside the seaside at Puckpool Park.

Darren Toogood, Island Echo, 6th July 2021

Susannah Fielding joins The Cockfields

Susannah Fielding has joined the cast of The Cockfields. She will play new girlfriend of Simon in the second series of Gold's sitcom. Gregor Fisher, Michele Dotrice and Greg McHugh also join the cast.

British Comedy Guide, 14th May 2021

The Cockfields to return for Series 2

Gold has ordered a second series of The Cockfields, the sitcom starring Joe Wilkinson and Diane Morgan.

British Comedy Guide, 29th June 2020

Opinion: top TV comedies 2019

Mostly below, in no particular order, are the shows that simply made me laugh the most this year. Shows that totally tickled my funny bone first and didn't necessarily do anything else.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 31st December 2019

Guilt to Zomboat! The unsung TV gems of 2019

Also honouring Mum, Back To Life, The Cockfields and After Life.

The Guardian, 24th December 2019

TV review: The Cockfields, episode two, Gold

There were no major dramas in the first instalment of this three-part comedy and there are none in the gloriously mundane second part either. Unless you count a minor altercation with a neighbour (Dan Renton Skinner) about a hedge.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 14th November 2019

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