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"UK's Worst Hair
Disasters" (BBC1, Weds 8pm) Makes my dodgy black roots look
so harmless. And makes me love my hairdresser even more than I did before. I
liked the blue highlights though, they looked cool, not sure my boss would
be so happy, but... Hmmmmm, where's my hairdresser's phone number again?
"Walking With Cavemen" (BBC1, Thu 8pm)
I could go on & on about the "ground breaking TV", the brilliance of the
make up, the technology that's made it possible. But you've already read
that in last Friday's papers. I was expecting an Attenborough, it seemed
like it should have an Attenborough, and instead I got Dr Winston & his
moustache. I think the moustache is a celebrity in its own right. In fact, I
heard a rumour that Dr Winston's moustache is going to be appearing in Panto
next year in Great Yarmouth.
Fascinating show though.
(BBC1, all week) Razzin'-Frazzin' Week Long Specials. I don't believe it
anyway. Phil Mitchell is about as innocent as a tub of Haagen Dazs. One
moment of pure observational comedy that kept me giggling for ages. "Your
"Animals Do The Funniest Things" (ITV,
Sat 7.25pm) Not to be confused with "The Planet's Funniest Animals" (ITV,
Sat 12.30pm) The first featured Tony Blackburn and Tara Palmer-Tompkinson,
a load of bad puns, and a selection of videos of animals doing cute and/or
amusing things. Whereas the second featured some American bloke, a load of
bad puns, and ... OK, yeah it's pretty much the same programme. Plenty of
the clips were the same too, or had been on Tarrant on TV, You've Been
Framed or It'll Be Alright On The Night. A bit much twice in one day,
couldn't they have found an old episode of Scooby-Doo or something? Well,
at least there were two programmes this week that didn't feature Davina!
"The Murder Game" (BBC1, Sat 9.15) OK,
this is probably the most bizarre idea the BBC have come up with since that
Jeffrey Archer thing. Half the contestants are annoying me within the first
fifteen minutes, and not only the one with far too much make-up who said she
was "thirty something - Classified" 39 and ten halves maybe. Strange
concept for a show, but then again there's enough people try and figure out
Who Dunnnit in Diagnosis Murder everyday. Odd.
Quiz answer of the week - Yellow.
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predictions for 2003
UK TV awards 2002 the
Lorr's Lorraine's lyrical
tribute to xmas TV
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