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An unique one-off collage of famous voices and faces, inter-cut with evocative imagery inspired by the play of the same name. Broadcast to celebrate the centenary year of the birth of the poet Dylan Thomas.
Though not the most original of concepts, I really enjoyed Monday Monday. If you are looking for challenging drama, or laugh out loud comedy, you will probably be disappointed. If you are looking for easy-watching comedy drama with likable characters and some funny story lines, then Monday Monday is for you.
Unfortunately, the low viewing figures of under three million for an ITV1 show - that spent two years on the shelf before being aired - indicates it will be highly unlikely to get a second series.
Fay Ripley, Morven Christie and Holly Aird can all be pleased with their performances. I have seen Holly in a fair few ITV drama's over recent years such as Torn, and I rate her very highly as an actress. It's these qualities from someone like her that helped to hold Monday Monday together.
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