Maggie and Phil are a late-30s English couple on a standard summer holiday with their two teenage children. On their first morning on holiday, Phil announces he wants to move out. Maggie is... See full summary »
A situation comedy protraying the frenetic everyday life of Kate (Caroline Quentin), a woman counsellor who not only must deal with the various problems of her clients but also the ... See full summary »
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.
Set in the "timeless" River City, Indiana, The Hurley Boy's set out to absolve the sins of their wrongfully accused father. But what is the cost of revenge? A tragic tale of family, revenge, and the consequences of hate.
Gregory P. Loomis
Big Bad World is a comedy about what happens when you wait for life to begin. Ben has just graduated and the world should be his oyster, but he quickly finds himself back in his hometown ... See full summary »
A quick-cutting sitcom crossed with a sketch show, set in a hairdressing salon. The owner of Quick Cuts is Sue (Doon Mackichan), who turns a blind eye to the various faults, failings and ... See full summary »
This is a great show which cleverly explores the modern family; step parents and step-children. The Mum clearly loves all her children ('step' or not) and will go to any lengths to protect them, often leading to her downfall. Her ritual humiliation, often in front of the neighbours - who define the word, smug - is frequent and very funny. The whole cast is great, but I'd particularly single out Patrick Nolan (Ted) as a joy to watch - great timing and a real natural in front of the camera.
Life of Riley is funny, warm and charming and is a pleasure to watch with the whole family. Everyone from my Grandma to my eight year old nephew loves this show.
5 of 12 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?