No Offence follows a group of police officers on the front line wondering what they did to end up where they are on the ugly side of Manchester Keeping these streets clean is a Herculean ... See full summary »
Apparently you can't give negative reviews, this saddens me almost as much as this waste of my money. Yes, I'm going to moan about the licence fee being wasted on a broad strokes cliché that lacks any sense of charm, humour or, well, any redeeming quality.
BBC 3 can give good shows to us (Being Human) but all to often it lumbers us with risible dross like the Gemma Factor or Coming of Age which are so ridiculously poor and puerile they make that Carry On films of the 60s and 70s seem like high art. Well, to be fair to the Carry On films they were funny, they had an innuendo mixed with a naive charm. The current out putting of comedy on BBC lacks any of that except the innuendo.
I could go on but I need to scrub my eyes and ears and memory of this visual faeces. I really hope it dies a death and doesn't tarnish our screens again.
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