Working from his home in a converted windmill, Jonathan Creek is a magician with a natural ability for solving puzzles. He soon puts this ability to the use of solving impossible crimes and mysterious murders.
Children's silent comedy. Eric Shaffer, the school genius and sports champion, accidentally hands in a signed derogatory caricature of his teacher Mr Carkdale instead of the answers during ... See full synopsis »
This was an incredibly funny and clever show, although it is many years since it was first broadcast, and I have never seen it advertised as being repeated again.
Very witty and genuinely laugh out loud. It's a real shame it has never made DVD! Every so often I'll look to see but always disappointment, I guess it was one of those gems that has to remain undiscovered by many!
Written by Steven Moffat who went on to write a couple of the new series of Doctor Who's and who also wrote Coupling, though I thought Joking apart was funnier because of the "always ending up in a situation"!
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