Archive | September, 2011

This is your knife

19 Sep

New crime drama in which criminals are surprised by Michael Aspel. Brings back a bit of Perry Mason glamour to the genre.

TMES or OVER OVER!

19 Sep

Mark E. Smith presents the cricket.  Badmouthing Tufnell’s shirts haranguing CMJ for being a southern “Jessie” and arm wrestling Agnew for the last bit of cake.
Surprisingly, he gets on quite well with Blofeld.

SICK!

19 Sep

Jean Paul Sartre’s ghost contemplates the world of extreme sports set to a soundtrack of hot bebop.

Challenge Anka

19 Sep

A champion’s league type scenario in which successful fighters from boxing, judo, WWF etc… must fight Paul Anka to truly claim their title. Obviously Anka is pretty crap at fighting at the beginning but he learns and by the second or third season he’ll be ready for a show down with Chuck Norris or a Knight from the past.

Pendragon’s Den

17 Sep

Entrepreneurs who think they have a viable business plan must pitch it to King Arthur and his knights.  If Arthur likes the idea they get his imprimatur, a sizable chunk of capital and the services of a wizard.  If the business idea is not met with favour, the contestants are banished from the land, never to return.

Luther

17 Sep

Idris Elba stars as the tough-talking church reformer

Moves Like Jaggers (And Wemmick)

17 Sep

A spin-off from popular Saturday Night entertainment Strictly Come Dancing, in which the evicted couples have to take a brief at the Old Bailey in the fashion of Mr Jaggers the lawyer from Great Expectations and his clerk.  if they win they dance on through to the next round, if they lose they get the same punishment as their client, served in a purpose-built televised jail.