Hugh Bonneville, Jessica Hynes, Amelia Bullmore and Olivia Colman star in this mock-documentary following the challenges faced by the team responsible for delivering the biggest show on Earth: the 2012 London Olympics. It's all in a day's work for the men and women whose job it is to stage the greatest sporting event in the world.
Ian Fletcher returns to the BBC as Head of Values for another season of W1A, following his day-to-day problem creating and solving abilities. Once again he has the unavoidable benefit of PR company Perfect Curve's high standards of clarity and presentational skills when it comes to the key issues facing the Corporation.
After demonstrating his well-meaning ineptitude in Twenty Twelve, Ian Fletcher has now joined the British Broadcasting Corporation for W1A. Tasked with damage limitation and armed with management jargon, he handles all manner of accusations thrown at the corporation; anti-Cornish bias, age discrimination and salary scandals included.
In this innovative series, BBC interviewer Roy Mallard travels the country to talk to ordinary folk. Mallard has little or no skill as an interviewer: he is over-earnest, and after most of his voice-overs, you realize there's something slightly odd about what he's said. He's apt to talk nonsense and is so obviously unattractive there's a running joke that nobody can believe he's married. But we never catch a glimpse of him: in a TV first, the central character of this programme is always out of shot.
Chris Langham stars as the inept fictional interviewer Roy Mallard in this spoof documentary series. In an attempt to get under the skin of what it's like to be one of Britain's unsung professionals, Roy travels across the nation to interview a variety of 'ordinary folk'.
In the aftermath of 9/11 Mark Stroman went on a shooting spree to kill people he thought looked arab. He was put on death row but in a twist of fate his only surviving victim became his biggest advocate. A true story of hate, revenge, and redemption.
Welcome to the adventures of Jedrington Secret-Past, upstanding family man and owner of The Old Shop Of Stuff, where he sells a plethora of miscellaneous odd things. But with every good-hearted hero, there must come a villain. Enter Malifax Skulkingworm - a lawyer with a heart of flint, an unusual evil hat and a decidedly sinister plan to ruin Jedrington and incarcerate his family.
Four former high school basketball champions and their coach come together annually to celebrate the year they won the Pennsylvania State Basketball Championship. But this year, instead of the usual whimsical nostalgia they usually experience, the former friends and teammates unleash all their secrets on each other so that the foundation of their lives begins to crumble.
Recently nominated for a Grammy, “JUST BEING HONEST covers “the deeply meaningless to the profoundly meaningful”-the pros and cons of catch phrases, shoes that look like feet, and the Scottish version of hacky sack.
After finding out that the hippie lifestyle isn't as glamorous as the media makes it look, Dennie comes home to find disapproval and judgment at every turn, and her sister Susie wanting to follow in her footsteps.
If you only know Craig Ferguson as host of The Late Late Show or as Drew Carey's sitcom boss, you're missing out. The gloriously ribald Scot takes to the stage in this all-new extended and uncensored stand-up special for a night of jokes and storytelling peppered with the kinds of words he's not allowed to say on network TV.
Dry Bar Comedy presents Jenna Kim Jones! Jenna Kim Jones is a comedian known for her strong personality and little to no upper body strength. After graduating from NYU, Jenna began performing stand up comedy while she worked at The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. When she isn't working on her Netflix addiction, Jenna spends her days and nights writing and telling jokes all over the country.