Unfortunately due to other commitments our regular TV reviewer Lorraine has
had to give up her column for the time being.
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"Every Home Should
Have One" (BBC2, Tues 8.30) One what? Every time I blinked he
was talking about something different! Slow down and make your mind up
man. He seems to have the attention span of a hyperactive goldfish, which is
fine if you're on MTV or kids telly, but if you're on real, grown up
programmes, it's not such a good trait.
"Grease, After They Were Famous" (ITV,
Sat 9.25) I sid it last week, I'll say it again this week, next week, and
every week until they get the message -They stopped being famous for a
reason. Olivia hung around in changing rooms with a bunch of gay men (I mean
the video for Physical, before anyone tries to sue me!) and John flew some
planes and danced with Uma Thurman. The rest - parents, teachers, no-one
knows their names (and the woman on The West Wing). Though I admit I never
object to an opportunity to sing along with Grease. My neighbours may have
other feelings about this.
Williams: Live At Knebworth" (Ch4, Sat 9.00) Seems like it was
the best thing to do, to watch this at home. A crowd of 135,000 people
trying to drive home down country roads in the middle of the night isn't my
idea of fun, even if you did get to see the delectable Mr Williams. You got
a better view on the telly too. Lovely! Can't beat a bit of Throbbie! Thank
you channel 4!
search of the Brontes" (BBC1, Sun 7.00) Did they try the
"Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Classic"
(ITV, weekdays, 5.30) Where classic
= repeat. Nothing classic about it. Not a single redeeming factor I'm
Quiz answer of the week - yellow jelly babies.
predictions for 2003
UK TV awards 2002 the
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