Victoria Wood As Seen On TV. Victoria Wood. Copyright: BBC.

Victoria Wood As Seen On TV

BBC Two sketch show starring Victoria Wood. 13 episodes (2 series), 1985 - 1987. Stars Victoria Wood, Susie Blake, Julie Walters, Celia Imrie and Duncan Preston.

Press Clippings

My discovery of 80 unseen Victoria Wood scripts

The treasure of trove sketches for As Seen on TV are as good as anything she wrote.

Jasper Rees, The Telegraph, 20th April 2021

Show that shaped me: Steven D. Wright on Victoria Wood

As a teenager, seeing the comic perform live at TVC - including four long takes of her most iconic song - set the Kerfuffle managing director's career on track.

Steven D. Wright, Broadcast, 10th April 2019

By turns affectionate, biting and poignant, this remains one of the finest sketch shows of all time. Meticulously crafted gems include the naïve schoolgirl who decides to swim the Channel, regular updates from shabby soap Acorn Antiques, plus a Coronation Street parody (with Wood as a startlingly accurate Ena Sharples). So it's heartening to see it back in the schedules - part of a season celebrating Wood's career. Tonight we also get dinnerladies, the rarely repeated Mens Sana in Thingummy Doodah (from a 1989 series of one-off sitcoms), plus a 1992 Christmas special.

David Brown, Radio Times, 5th September 2010

A night to settle in with a sausage dumpling and a pot of hot coffee as BBC2 offers a much-deserved hooray to Britain's top lady comic. First a 90-minute documentary featuring favoured collaborator Julie Walters and one-time co-star Roger Moore. Then another chance to see her frankly wonderful Christmas special from 2000 (it's been that long), plus a classic episode of dinnerladies to finish. Burp. Pardon. She's a clever old thing.

The Guardian, 21st December 2009